Chewing food for 30 seconds may aid in weight loss

12/30/2012 | Daily Mail (London), The

Participants who chewed their food for 30 seconds showed lower food consumption than did those who ate at a normal speed and those who paused for 10 seconds between bites, a study indicated. Focusing on the process of food intake may trigger the brain to "remember" the meals longer and help it send fewer signals to eat more, researchers wrote in the journal Appetite.

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