Eating fast / Eating slowly

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Numerous health studies show that the question is not only WHAT you eat, but also HOW you eat.

Better ChewingChewing
The more you chew, the less you eat.

taste as a stimulous for the brainCalories, quantity
Eating fast makes you eat more.

Gastro Esophagian RefluxAcid reflux
The faster you eat, the more reflux (risk of GERD).

Bariatric surgeryDigestive Surgery
Speed before and after surgery

Risk of Diabetes type 2Diabetes
Eating fast is very significantly involved in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

The benefits of eating slowly on the body

Metabolic syndromeMetabolic syndrome
Starting at the age of 50, eating fast is a risk factor.

NAFLD or Fatty Liver DiseaseFatty Liver (NASH)
Eating quickly increases the risk of developing a fatty liver.

Intestines and colonIntestines and colon
Even if advocated by many stakeolders, research is still in its infancy

ObesityWeight
Fast eaters are gaining more weight compared to slow eaters

The history of eating habitsHistory
The way of eating and understanding its effects through history

Better ChewingChewing
The more you chew, the less you eat.

taste as a stimulous for the brainCalories, quantity
Eating fast makes you eat more.

Gastro Esophagian RefluxAcid reflux
The faster you eat, the more reflux (risk of GERD).

Bariatric surgeryDigestive Surgery
Speed before and after surgery

Risk of Diabetes type 2Diabetes
Eating fast is very significantly involved in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

The benefits of eating slowly on the body

Metabolic syndromeMetabolic syndrome
Starting at the age of 50, eating fast is a risk factor.

NAFLD or Fatty Liver DiseaseFatty Liver (NASH)
Eating quickly increases the risk of developing a fatty liver.

Intestines and colonIntestines and colon
Even if advocated by many stakeolders, research is still in its infancy

ObesityWeight
Fast eaters are gaining more weight compared to slow eaters

The history of eating habitsHistory
The way of eating and understanding its effects through history

The Slow Control fork

efficient for slowing down and chewing more

Scientifically proven:

  • The slow control fork is effectient at slowing down fast eaters.
  • The Slow Control fork improves chewing of the bolus before ingestion
  • The Slow Control fork is efficient to lose weight