“Is it bad to exercise on an empty stomach?” You may have asked this question before if you tend to exercise early in the morning or right before dinner. According to TIME.com, the answer to that question may surprise you. While the downsides include feeling light-headed or lethargic, the upsides may help you to lose weight.

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