Health & Fit This is what happens to your body if you eat too fast
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Not only what you eat has an impact on your health, well-being and weight, but also how you eat
In some cultures the common meal is celebrated and can take several hours. With us in everyday life the whole thing often looks different. Work, family, and all other responsibilities mean that we don't take enough time to eat. The lunch break is short and in the evening the dinner is done in no time. Bad habits.What fast food really does to you
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Japanese researchers at Hiroshima University have followed more than 1,000 adults for over five years. These were divided into three categories: the fast, the normal and the slow eaters. At the beginning of the research, none of the participants had bad values, a deficiency symptom, or a disease.
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Eating fast makes you sick
After five years, the test subjects were finally examined. The result: Fast eaters were 89 percent more likely to have one of the four metabolic syndromes. They are also called the "fatal quartet" and include obesity, lipid metabolism disorders, high blood pressure and insulin resistance.Fast eaters have weight problems more often
Apart from the health aspect, fast eaters also put more pounds on their hips. "When people eat quickly, they often don't feel full and tend to overeat," explains study director Dr. Takayuki Yamaji. So if you want to keep an eye on your health and weight over the long term, you should not only pay close attention to what is on the table, but also how quickly you eat.
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