Eating too quickly can boost weight gain and digestive problems because it short-circuits communication between the stomach and brain about how much you’re consuming. The result is that you eat more, which, in turn, impairs better management of your PCOS symptoms.
So try to schedule mealtimes when you can sit and savor your food, not rush through it. Playing soothing music in the background has been shown to slow eating down.
Concentrate on your meal. Distractions such as watching TV can keep you from noticing how quickly you’re eating.
And vary what you eat. If you eat the same kind of meal most of the time because it’s a favorite, you’re more likely to eat quickly out of familiarity.
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