Slow down when chowing down. Research in the International Journal of Obesity shows a correlation between how fast you eat and your risk of obesity.
Study participants who scoffed like contestants in a hot-dog-eating contest recorded BMI scores that were an average 1.78 points higher than those who ate at a normal speed.
Researchers speculate that eating quickly stops you realising when you’re full, leading to overconsumption.
Down your fork often and savour every mouthful to avoid bursting your belt.
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Source: Journal of the International Society of Sports Science