The longer you chew, the better chance you have that you will eat less. After all, it takes 20 minutes for your brain to tell your stomach that it’s full, which is why slower eating can add up to weight loss. Also, the more you chew your food, the easier it is for your body to digest it. Well-chewed food will easily pass through your intestines, helping your body absorb as many nutrients as possible.*
Chew slowly and carefully until your food has lost most of its texture. Be sure to swallow completely before you take another bite, and be mindful of each bite you take.
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