With This Eating Trick, You Can Reduce Overeating And Lose Some Weight Without Doing Anything Different | 3tags

"Could reducing overeating really be this simple? If you’re willing to spend 20 minutes on “eating”, you will soon enjoy better digestion, easier weight loss or maintenance, and greater satisfaction with our meals. Eating slowly can actually help you save more time on improving overall health aspects though you might spend more time on eating. Do you think it is worth trying few times to see the results? $$!ad_code_content_spilt_video_ad!$$ :break: ### **How can eating more slowly do all of that?**
#### **Lose weight**
A growing number of studies confirm that just by eating slower, you’ll consume fewer calories — in fact, enough to lose 20 pounds a year without doing anything different or eating anything different. The reason is that it takes about 20 minutes for our brains to register that we’re full. If we eat fast, we can continue eating past the point where we’re full. If we eat slowly, we have time to realize we’re full, and stop on time. Now, I would still recommend that you eat healthier foods, but if you’re looking to lose weight, eating slowly should be a part of your new lifestyle.
:break: #### **Enjoy your food**
This reason is just as powerful, in my opinion. It’s hard to enjoy your food if it goes by too quickly. In fact, I think it’s fine to eat sinful foods, if you eat a small amount slowly. Think about it: you want to eat sinful foods (desserts, fried foods, pizza, etc.) because they taste good. But if you eat them fast, what’s the point? If you eat them slowly, you can get the same amount of great taste, but with less going into your stomach. That’s math that works for me. And that argument aside, I think you are just happier by tasting great food and enjoying it fully, by eating slowly. Make your meals a gastronomic pleasure, not a thing you do rushed, between stressful events.
:break: #### **Better digestion**
If you eat slower, you’ll chew your food better, which leads to better digestion. Digestion actually sta..."