When it comes to diet, think of it as a marathon, not a sprint for!
Remember how your mother always reminded to chew your food on the n-number of times. She definitely knew what she was saying!
Well-chewed food will not only help for her better, faster absorption and will help to make the digestive system to "work" properly.
If you do not chew your food properly, will definitely have problems with your digestive system, which means - less nutrients such as amino acids, which should enter into your muscles, which means a decrease in muscle mass uploading.
Citing a study in China, the speed at which you eat your portion is proportional to the percentage of body fat that you hold.
Scientists at the National Institute of Health and Nutrition in Tokyo, did a study in which 1,700 women joined. In 2003, reported that the more - quickly ate people in the study, the more his body fat index (BMI) has increased.
Another study by University School of Medicine, Nagoya, fell in the study over 2700 men and over 800 women. This study was not much different in result with that of China, but here, except that they increased their body fat index (BMI), a large percentage of individuals had a higher levels of blood sugar and insulin than those to eat slowly.
What could draw as advice from both universities is that if you eat slowly, you may not increase its percentage of body fat and can accumulate times more muscle mass.