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It Turns Out Being Hangry Is A Real Thing

This new study gives us another important reason to fuel properly after that long run—because you actually can get hangry.

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Hangry

Sorry, Honey…I was Hangry!

Yet another reason to refuel properly after your long run: it may save your relationship. A new study suggests that the notion of being “hangry”—so hungry you’re angry—is a real thing.

In a study of more than 100 married couples, low blood glucose levels were correlated with increased feelings of annoyance, anger and aggression toward a spouse. The next time you feel yourself getting peeved with your precious, excuse yourself from the conversation for a moment to raid the fridge. It’s an act of love!