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Whilst the effects of manipulating the macronutrient content of foods on appetite and energy intake has been relatively well studied at rest, little is known about these responses in a post-exercise context. The effect of post-exercise nutrition on recovery from or adaptation to exercise has been well studied. However, many exercisers do so for weight management and thus any post-exercise nutrition might impact on energy balance and might need to be carefully considered. This study will examine the impact of manipulating the composition of a recovery drink consumed after resistance exercise on subsequent appetite and energy intake.