According to a New York Times article on Sun-Sentinel.com, eating food at a slower pace causes people to feel full sooner and consume less calories.
The report stems from 2 distinct studies which stated that eating slower releases more hormones and was responsible for making people feel satiated faster which leads to eating less.
In a 2008 study published in The Journal of the American Dietetic Association, subjects felt full quicker and consumed 10 percent less calories.
Conversely in another study by The British Medical Journal, people who ate quickly until they felt full, had triple the risk of being overweight.
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