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Thursday, 24 November 2011

Chewing Bad Effects Too Fast - Read Full Article here

Eating too fast can not only make you more likely to be obese, but also endanger the digestion. That's the latest findings of a study published in New Zealand last week.

In a study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, researchers found that women aged 40-50 years who eat too quickly are more likely to be obese than those who ate slowly.

Meanwhile, Osaka University has been monitoring the eating habits of 3,000 people and found a man who quickly ate 84 percent more likely to be overweight, while women are twice as much.

Eating too fast will override the mechanism that tells the brain that we are full, clear Ian McDonald, professor of metabolic physiology at the University of Nottingham. "The nerves send signals to the brain that the stomach is dilated," she said.

"At the same time, the hormone ghrelin is produced when your stomach is empty to trigger the message of hunger began to decline. This takes about 20 minutes after you start eating to give the message to stop eating in reaching the brain. Simply put, eating too fast tends to make stomachs abundance food due to overeating. "

He continued, "Many people are accustomed to eating fast when the kids and habits that carry over into adulthood."

Not only that, eating too fast can also increase the risk of acid reflux, say researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina. Their study showed that eating 690 calories in five minutes compared with 30 minutes more at risk of triggering acid reflux by 50 percent. That's because the digestive tract caused by an overload of food larger clumps triggering excess stomach acid.

Over the past few months, sufferers can develop gastroesophagul reflux disease associated with more serious problems, including narrowing of the esophagus and bleeding.

Therefore, it is suggested, to chew food properly. "You must spend at least 20 minutes during the meal," said Dr. Forecast. He also advised that we stand to measure how satisfied our bodies. "If you feel comfortable and not feel full stomach while standing, you have enough to eat."


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