jueves, 28 de marzo de 2013

CHEW your way for better health

Eating it’s so good, but eating right it’s much better. The food is not only a blessing but also a necessity. What we put into our mouth gives our body the nutrients needed to live.

I think there is more involved in eating than just the food alone; we need to have an awareness of what we eat to have a positive impact on our health. Being overweight set off expensive health conditions into our lives by demanding top dollars for the problems.

What can be done to live a long life and have good health? There is a very important thing that is often overlooked is called chewing food thoroughly.

While the food is in our mouth, our palate sends signals to our brain, which in turn tell us mentally if the food is good or bad. The interesting thing about this process is that often we do not take the adequate time to enjoy what we are had in our mouth, and we just swallow our food without chewing what we should.

This is a habit that can be replaced with a new one, CHEW!

Why is it important to have this good habit “chewing”?

A good chewing is paramount, because with it, the foods that reaches our stomachs are much more elaborate and almost digested. In this way, the work of our stomach is simpler because the food decomposition is faster thus avoiding heavy digestions slowing metabolism.

If we get the habit of chewing the digestion will be faster, and we will assimilate all the nutrients more efficiently. By doing this, we will help our body to accelerate our metabolism, which is necessary for weight loss. Another advantage is that our bodies do not suffer as much with the digestion. When we don’t chew as we should we make our liver or pancreas worked excessively because there are crushed.

Perhaps someone thinks that if they eat a small portion, they just don’t need to chew very much. The truth is that chewing your small portion of food for a longer time will suggest to your mind that you are consuming more than you really are. Thus, eliminating your anxiety.

What are some benefits of chewing food for longer? For the most part, you will get better digestion. If you eat more slowly, chewing your food better, you will have better digestion. Digestion actually begins in the mouth, so chewing our food will make our stomach work better (because it will facilitate their work).

This can help lead to fewer digestive problems (e.g., heartburn)
There is an old saying that chewing each bite 20 times can be very good for your health. The truth is that if you do this, you will not have side effects and also notice that you would eat much less.

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