Chewing Loudly May Help You Eat Less

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How loudly you chew your food may impact how much you eat.

Researchers from Brigham Young University found that when people hear themselves chewing, they are more aware of what they're eating. Therefore, they are more likely to eat less.

Those who eat while watching TV or in a loud environment tend to eat more because they're less aware of what they're doing.


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