Thoroughly chewing our food is good for us and it digestion of nutrients. Now the first scientific study on “satiety” at the University of Rhode Island shows that chew well each bite 25 times also causes women to eat up to 210 fewer calories a day, and they wind up weighing less.
Mike Adams, author of the Food Timing Diet, expounds. “When we consume food more slowly, it gives our appetite control systems time to recognize and adjust to the amount of food we’ve consumed. By eating food too quickly, we consume calories ahead of our body’s ability to track our total food intake and we don’t stop after we’ve had enough food.”
So, Chew well and loose weight.