Eat Slowly

Eat Slowly May 11, 2013

So says Brian St Pierre:

When you eat slowly, you digest better. You lose or maintain weight more easily. Yet you also feel more satisfied with each meal.

Conversely, if you rush your meals, your digestion suffers. Meals are stressful. And it might seem like each meal is over too soon, which often makes you want to eat more. Or you “overshoot the runway”, finishing the meal before your natural satiety signals kick in, and ending up suddenly — uncomfortably — overstuffed.

It’s simple: Slow down your eating and enjoy improved health and well-being.

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  • Pat68

    Probably why I feel hungry now after eating just about two hours ago.

  • KentonS

    I’ve made about half a dozen lifestyle changes that have resulted in my losing 40 lbs. (over 2-3 years). Eating slow has been one of them, and it does work.