People who wolf down their food are more likely to be t and suffer from digestive problems. So here are some tips on setting a healthier eating pace to help you better manage symptoms of your PCOS.
Try to make a habit of putting down your fork, knife or spoon after each bite and don’t pick them again until you’ve swallowed your food. If you’re eating finger food, place it on your plate between bites. To really slow yourself down, try eating any kind of meal with chopsticks.
Take a break once or twice during a meal and stop eating for a minute. Delaying tactics can include talking to someone or drinking some water and taking note of how full you’re becoming.
Otherwise, it takes 15 to 20 minutes for your digestive system to tell your brain that you’ve had enough and you’ll really pack on the pounds if you leave it until that feeling fully registers.
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