Chewing food more reduced men's calorie intake, study shows

07/31/2011 | Reuters

Male study participants who chewed their food 40 times, rather than 15, consumed nearly 12% fewer calories, which could result in losing 25 pounds a year. However, the study does not necessarily determine how extended chewing would affect others' calorie intake, experts said. The study was published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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