A new report from New Zealand found that middle-aged women who said they eat fast tend to weigh more than those who eat each bite slowly.
Researchers who surveyed about 1,600 women from New Zealand, ages 40 to 50, also found that those who characterized themselves as a “slow eater” had the lowest body mass index of the survey’s respondents.
The study was published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association.
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