Eating Slowly Increases Satiety

 

One behavioral strategy to aid weight loss is taking smaller bites and consuming food more slowly. Research has shown that people tend to feel less satiated when the same amount of food is placed directly into the stomach via a tube compared to when that food is eaten normally.
This suggests that the oral processing of foods, which includes the physical feel of food in the mouth as ...

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