The Hunger In Our HeadsCreated by:
It is well accepted that brain activity requires more energy than the physical activity. The brain has very less energy storing capacity therefore focused brain activity requires more often food consumption. When we talk about college students they require more bouts of thinking therefore requires more caloric expenditure leads to bodily hunger very soon after eating. When we have more brain activity and less physical activity it leads to overweight in most of college students because they eat more. Furthermore a research was also carried out for exercise and food habits. It was seen that strenuous activity increases the blood sugar and lactate (a by-product of intense muscle contraction) and increases the blood flow to the brain. It was interesting to see that brain only utilizes fuel rich blood during exercise and reduce the desire of overeating.