Researchers from the University of Bath in Birmingham found that exercise in the morning and before breakfast helps burn body fat.
The study followed 30 cases of men suffering from obesity and overweight over six weeks, and the program approved the division into groups, including those who exercise in the morning before breakfast, the second group exercised after breakfast, while the third group did not change any system.
The study showed that the group who exercised before breakfast burned calories by two times compared with the second group.
The study followed the level of insulin in the body, without eating or after which was a key factor in increasing the burning processes, where the body burned fat in response to the decrease in insulin levels in the body after fasting the body overnight.
The results of the study apply only to men at present, due to the lack of data on the impact of sports time on women.