HIIT workouts may help prevent overeating, according to a new study.
The study found that HIIT reduced the brain's response to food cues.
Participants who did HIIT had less desire to eat high-fat, sugary foods.
HIIT may be more effective than moderate-intensity exercise for reducing food cravings.
HIIT may also improve insulin sensitivity and glucose regulation.
The study suggests that HIIT may be a useful tool for weight management.
HIIT involves short bursts of intense exercise followed by periods of rest.