Slow Down to Lose Weight!

The “old wives’ tale” about chewing everything 20 times might just be true. New research shows that taking a bit more time to eat may have an impact on weight loss or better weight management, which can be crucial for an improvement in PCOS symptoms
 
Wolfing down meals may be enough to nearly double a person’s risk of becoming overweight, according to a new Japanese study reported in the British Medical Journal.
 
Problems in signaling systems which tell the body when to stop eating because the stomach is full may be partly responsible. If you eat quickly, you basically fill up your stomach before your gastric feedback system has a chance to tell the brain that the stomach has reached a healthy capacity. As a result, you consume too much and put on weight.
 
Rushing meals is a habit often learned in infancy, which can be reversed if you take the time to savor each mouthful. The French swear by this approach to enjoying food.
 
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Next Steps

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