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Decoding The Link Between Slow Eating And Weight Loss

The mantra for weight loss is 70% diet and 30% exercise

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Divya Dhadd
Divya Dhadd

INDIA: Everything that we do in our life has a direct impact on our physical, emotional, and mental health. However, while focusing on physical health, or weight loss, in particular, some factors are beyond our control. Factors like genetics, health conditions, and environment can have some impact on an individual’s weight loss journey. But we can work on these factors that can be altered for better physical health, like diet, eating habits, physical activity, and lifestyle.

The mantra for weight loss is 70% diet and 30% exercise. But while losing weight by eating healthy food, it is important to focus on how we eat those foods. We are talking about eating speed here, an underdog factor, but nevertheless an important one.

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Eating slow to lose weight

Eating slowly is associated with lazy behavior, but science says that this lousy behavior highly aids weight loss. The most taken route to weight loss is keeping track of daily calorie intake, but something more needs to be added. Eating slowly can help induce a feeling of fullness, thus preventing us from binge eating which leads to weight gain.

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When we eat slowly, nutrient absorption is enhanced and more nutrients promote the feeling of satiety which can curb the craving to indulge in binge eating.

More chewing impacts your stress levels in a positive way as it increases food satisfaction, which leads to a calmer and happier mind. Less stress promotes mindful eating which promotes weight loss.

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Eating slowly means extra chewing of the food, leading to better digestion. This can help regulate and reduce our daily consumption of a total number of calories. Eating fewer calories than you burn in a day to create a calorie deficit is one of the first steps towards losing weight.

Eating slowly can help us enjoy food to its fullest. Eating while acknowledging and appreciating the flavor, taste, and smell of the food makes us feel satisfied after finishing the meal which can also make you feel good about your body.


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