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#1 Chicamugal



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Posted 22 July 2018 - 05:30 PM

Rapid Tone Secondly, you need to chew your food completely. If you chew the food well enough, it slows down the whole process of eating, which is spread by the blood sugar response. It also allows the amylase in saliva begin to actually break down carbohydrates, which takes a huge burden of the pancreas. This allows time for your stomach to signal your brain that you are full (usually takes twenty minutes for your brain to catch up and your stomach), so you end up eating less. So, how much you need to chew your food? There is a saying: "You must drink your own solids and chew your fluids." What that means is that you should chew dry food you eat until it turns into a liquid in your mouth (about forty chewed in the mouth), which must be fluid swish back and forth in your mouth (chew them as they were) equal number of times.