Slow and Steady Wins the Waist

Eating more slowly and mindfully is emerging as a possible tool to help control weight and support good health.

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If you are looking to lose some weight, or simply want to improve or protect your cardiometabolic health, emerging nutrition research suggests a simple new tool that may help: slow down! Fast eating has been associated with excess weight gain and might also have a negative effect on metabolism, raising risk for type 2 diabetes […]
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