Slow down your eating and give your digestion a chance
We all know we should eat slowly and chew our food properly, so why is it do difficult to remember to do it? Long-established habit rides roughshod over the best of intentions, and before you know it, you are gulping your food down again.
Maybe you lead a very rushed life and find you have to eat 'on the go', but rushing your food and not chewing enough can cause indigestion and worsen conditions like IBS.
And what's more, eating too quickly can also make you fatter!
Fast eating makes you fat
When you eat, it takes time for 'fullness' or 'satiety' signals to travel to your brain.
If you rush your food you will eat much more before these signals kick in, resulting in your consuming more food than you need. So by just slowing down when you eat you can mange your weight better not to mention actually being able to enjoy your food more.
Digestion begins in the mouth
The digestion of carbohydrate actually begins in your mouth, and then continues in your small intestine. Protein is digested mainly in your stomach. When you chew, your stomach is sent messages about what is on its way and so can prepare the correct enzymes. So eating slowly and chewing properly improves your digestion in many ways.
Overcoming the fast eating habit
It is difficult to remember to eat slowly because rushing your food becomes a habit over time and habits are maintained unconsciously.
Because hypnosis works at the unconscious level then we can use it to naturally slow down your eating. This will ensure you feel fuller earlier so you avoid over-eating, and greatly improve your digestion, with many potential benefits for your health.
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