Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day: a randomized controlled trial.
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If you exercise in the morning, eat breakfast first, (small) study says: http://t.co/Dw4mFNlR0c

If you exercise in the morning, eat breakfast first, (small) study says: http://t.co/Dw4mFNlR0c

If you exercise in the morning, eat breakfast first, (small) study says: http://t.co/Dw4mFNlR0c

If you exercise in the morning, eat breakfast first, (small) study says: http://t.co/Dw4mFNlR0c

If you exercise in the morning, eat breakfast first, (small) study says: http://t.co/Dw4mFNlR0c

If you exercise in the morning, eat breakfast first, (small) study says: http://t.co/Dw4mFNlR0c

If you exercise in the morning, eat breakfast first, (small) study says: http://t.co/Dw4mFNlR0c

Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood http://t.co/EAe4RyYDZe

“@NewMindMirror: Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood http://t.co/TUYVpYi6Ha”

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#MangerBouger "Breakfast before exercise is beneficial for post-exercise mood (...)" http://t.co/Ekg3oJTNhD #sportaddicts #foodlovers

If you exercise in the morning, eat breakfast first, (small) study says: http://t.co/Dw4mFNlR0c

Interactive effect of breakfast and exercise on cognition and mood: http://t.co/4qbw0TDprJ

Interactive effect of breakfast and exercise on cognition and mood: http://t.co/4qbw0TDprJ

Interactive effect of breakfast and exercise on cognition and mood: http://t.co/4qbw0TDprJ

Fasting has been shown to improve cognition, but only if you dont exercise-makes sense...http://t.co/jSP0emcdZD

Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day.#thinkfood http://t.co/a9flW03qBt

Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day.#thinkfood http://t.co/a9flW03qBt

Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day.#thinkfood http://t.co/a9flW03qBt

Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day.#thinkfood http://t.co/a9flW03qBt

Ontbijten en lichaamsbeweging verbeteren cognitie en stemming gedurende die dag. http://t.co/cfV9xvkdpv

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Ontbijten en lichaamsbeweging verbeteren cognitie en stemming gedurende die dag. http://t.co/cfV9xvkdpv

Ontbijten en lichaamsbeweging verbeteren cognitie en stemming gedurende die dag. http://t.co/cfV9xvkdpv

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Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day.#thinkfood http://t.co/a9flW03qBt

Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day.#thinkfood http://t.co/a9flW03qBt

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

“@AndyBeetroot: Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/Zo2UISq2ZX” one for @MattBarkerK2

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Eat break, exercise and be more productive later in the day - http://t.co/lT2NXRXYUH #exercise #training

Fasted exercise is not good for mood later in the day... (But still burns more fat!) which would you rather?? http://t.co/BoCOT69w8t

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Eat break, exercise and be more productive later in the day - http://t.co/lT2NXRXYUH #exercise #training

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

@RichteaBaker: Eat breakfast, exercise and be more productive later in the day - http://t.co/lT2NXRXYUH #exercise #training

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

#Breakfast consumption and exercise (works) to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day: sml study http://t.co/VQzxPJRKDq

#Breakfast consumption and exercise (works) to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day: sml study http://t.co/VQzxPJRKDq

#Breakfast consumption and exercise (works) to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day: sml study http://t.co/VQzxPJRKDq

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Eating before workouts not only help performance but afternoon mood too! http://t.co/EIIqalKquu

Eating before workouts not only help performance but afternoon mood too! http://t.co/EIIqalKquu

Eating before workouts not only help performance but afternoon mood too! http://t.co/EIIqalKquu

Eating before workouts not only help performance but afternoon mood too! http://t.co/EIIqalKquu

Eating before workouts not only help performance but afternoon mood too! http://t.co/EIIqalKquu

Eating breakfast before workout not only helps performance but afternoon mood too! http://t.co/NfIUralFZs

Eating before workouts not only help performance but afternoon mood too! http://t.co/EIIqalKquu

Eating before workouts not only help performance but afternoon mood too! http://t.co/EIIqalKquu

Breakfast and exercise improve mood and cognition later in the day. http://t.co/2JNqSDPNAi

Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood later in the day http://t.co/QYjZo4bGRW

Breakfast & exercise interact to affect cognitive performance & mood later in the day. http://t.co/56lxCBI5mX

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Breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood http://t.co/EAe4RyYDZe

Eat now think later - the cognitive benefit of breakfast prior to exercise. #sciencethensleep http://t.co/08QK2aqTkl

Study finds breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood http://t.co/2daPF8KoNp

Breakfast consumption & exercise affect cognitive performance & mood later in the day http://t.co/jNK2zaVhWG #diet #psychology

Study finds breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood http://t.co/2daPF8KoNp

Study finds breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood http://t.co/2daPF8KoNp

Study finds breakfast consumption and exercise interact to affect cognitive performance and mood http://t.co/2daPF8KoNp

Desayunar antes de hacer ejercicio resulta beneficioso para el estado de ánimo post-ejercicio. ECA. http://t.co/WxuIpjWbzm

Desayunar antes de hacer ejercicio resulta beneficioso para el estado de ánimo post-ejercicio. ECA. http://t.co/WxuIpjWbzm

Desayunar antes de hacer ejercicio resulta beneficioso para el estado de ánimo post-ejercicio. ECA. http://t.co/WxuIpjWbzm

Desayunar antes de hacer ejercicio resulta beneficioso para el estado de ánimo post-ejercicio. ECA. http://t.co/WxuIpjWbzm

Desayunar antes de hacer ejercicio resulta beneficioso para el estado de ánimo post-ejercicio. ECA. http://t.co/WxuIpjWbzm

#didyouknow Consuming #breakfast before exercise leads to better post-exercise #mood Find out more http://t.co/cvPbf6xy4V

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