When temperature is dipping outside do you tend to eat more and put on more weight?
The straight forward answer is NO. i dont find any logic in combining decrease in temperature and its influence on eating habits.
The general opinion is, when the temperature starts dipping, most of them dont feel like having anything and prefer sleeping.
I can only speak from my own experience and i find that once the temperatures become cooler, I tend to seek more creamy and sweet tastes. Like, I prefer creamy pasta dishes rather then fish with nice salad.
I agree that putting weight comes from being less motivated to exercise. When you exercise you tend to makes smarter meal choices. So if you keep on moving and eating right, there's no fair of adding on more weight. It's all in lifestyle.
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