Prolonged chewing at lunch decreases later snack intake.

@article{Higgs2013ProlongedCA,
  title={Prolonged chewing at lunch decreases later snack intake.},
  author={Suzanne Higgs and Alison Jones},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2013},
  volume={62},
  pages={91-5}
}
Prolonged chewing of food can reduce meal intake. However, whether prolonged chewing influences intake at a subsequent eating occasion is unknown. We hypothesised that chewing each mouthful for 30s would reduce afternoon snack intake more than (a) an habitual chewing control condition, and (b) an habitual chewing condition with a pauses in between each mouthful to equate the meal durations. We further hypothesised that this effect may be related to effects of prolonged chewing on lunch memory… CONTINUE READING
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