Eat slowly and chew more to lose weight

A new research has revealed that if you slow down your eating speed you will definitely end up eating less and loses weight gradually.The human body needs at least 20 minutes to find out that you are full,hence when you eat in haste your body doesn’t have time to really recognize that it is sufficient and you eat more than what your body needed.

Eat slowly, chew more to let your brain know and catch up that you are full with your one time meal.When you eat slower than usual you consume less calories without feeling any less satisfied.According to the study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism that the digestive hormones plays a vital role in signalling the brain that you are finished with your food.But it only happens when your meal lasts for at least 20 minutes of time period.

Researchers from the University of Rhode Island revealed that men usually eat faster than women and overweight people eat faster than less weight people.The study showed that people who eat faster consumes 3.1 ounces of food in every single minute, moderate speed eaters consume 2.5 ounces of food every minute and slow eaters consumes 2 ounces of meals every minute.During the lunch hours women consumes 52 calories in every single minute and men consumes 80 calories per minute.

Though eating slowly does not necessarily helps you loosing extra weight but it can be used as a beginning to loose extra pounds and eating healthier foods at the same time.Try to eat include vegetables, fruits,and protein products in your diet and avoid refined grain products.

Also,you can try to drink water in between small bites as intake of water will make you feel more fuller and slows down your eating process.

“The information present here is for general purpose please consult your doctor before taking any medication/therapy”

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