Does slow eating help reduce weight?

Dr. Sabah Ammar, a teacher in the Department of Internal Medicine and Surgery at Helwan University, reviews some studies and research ...

 Does slow eating help reduce weight?

Dr. Sabah Ammar, a teacher in the Department of Internal Medicine and Surgery at Helwan University, reviews some studies and research essays on the harms of eating quickly, where she says: They always advised us when we were young while eating not to rush in it and with the difference of life and speed those things disappeared but sometimes it may be Among the family members someone is always late at the table and the last one to leave her. The rest of his family finishes their meals.
This is strongly observed because the mother wants to finish cleaning the dining table.
This person is quick to finish eating his food as quickly as his family members found him. So he also learns it and even becomes the fastest one ever!
As the person ages, he finds that what he was doing at the beginning of his life from the slow ness of his eating is a wish he wishes to achieve and return to.

The disadvantages of eating fast:
Eating fast can lead to many health problems, the first of which is digestive disorders i.e. indigestion, sometimes the stomach can not go after what the mouth (where digestive fluids take a long time to perform its functions when food arrives) and eating too quickly hinders the process Digestion and eating quickly does not feel full, and the more the individual finishes the amount of food that is found in his dish the more he wants to get more food. Because he can no longer distinguish between whether he is hungry or his stomach full.
Our social problem is related to eating quickly, where the slow person feels uncomfortable when he finds those around him who have finished eating and are still the one who is still at the dining table( the trip).

* Slow food means less:
Research has confirmed that eating slowly makes people eat less and thus eat less calories and maintain an ideal weight.
Eating slowly gives people a feeling of fullness and fullness, and research findings from Nagoya University in Japan suggest that eating fast among middle-aged women and men leads to obesity.

* Tips to eat slowly:
Some useful tips that make a person eat healthier than before:
- Bite food in small sizes, with good chewing four to five times for one bite before swallowing, and wait until the mouth is free of this bite to take a new bite.

- Leave a fork, knife or spoon from the hand on the plate or on the table until the completion of what is in the mouth, the presence of these tools in the hand encourages the person to eat another part and put it in the mouth even if the person has not finished chewing what is already in it.

- Do not worry about anything while eating, watching TV or reading newspapers, magazines or books. Busying generates a rush to eat so that a person can focus on what they do.

- When dining with company, talk is done only if the mouth is empty of food.
- Remind yourself before eating slowly. Taking breaks during the meal.
- Diversification in meals, the foods that the human gets used to eating and knows their taste make him serve on them without waiting and eat them quickly, but those new foods force the factor of taste and discover whether he likes this item or not . Taste means eating slowly.
- Do not eat in the car.
- Organizing and allocating meal schedules, making the person eat them while they are relaxed and without a wheel.
Not being fast to eat is part of a person's healthy life, not rushing to eat means eating consciously and feeling satisfied with the amount our bodies have reached.



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