According to a new study.

Aerobics increases blood proteins that may suppress appetite Three months of aerobic fitness exercise decreased body fat and calorie intake in overweight and obese people, according to a new study, and the researchers think that changes to a central nervous system factor are responsible. The outcomes will be offered at The Endocrine Society’s 90th Annual Meeting in San Francisco . A research group at the University of Chile Clinical Medical center in Santiago, led by A. Veronica Araya, MD, assistant professor, showed that reduced food intake and decreased body mass index , a measure of body fat, were linked to increased levels of a proteins called brain-derived neurotrophic aspect, or BDNF.