Eating slowly could be the key to weight loss, according to a new study.
Research published in the journal BMJ Open found that, out of 60,000 subjects, those who ate slowly were around 42% less likely to be obese than those who ate quickly.
People who ate at a normal speed were around 29% less likely to be obese than a fast eater.
Plus, when compared with fast eaters, those who ate at a normal speed and slow eaters had reductions in their waist circumference of around 0.21cm and 0.41cm.
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