Eat more slowly to lose weight – not a new thing

February 25, 2018
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Eat more slowly to lose weight – not a new thing

Recently a study out of Japan hit the news reminding us that eating more slowly might help you lose weight. 

Some experts believe when people eat faster there's less time for the "I'm full" signal to reach the brain, increasing the risk of overeating.

This isn’t new information, moms have been telling their kids this for decades. Okay, some of it was just a table manners thing, but since at least the 1980s, there’s been a connection between how fast you eat and weight gain. 

The study's statistical analysis also found cutting down on snacks after dinner and not eating within two hours of bedtime were linked to weight loss; skipping breakfast was not. (Check out the importance of eating breakfast here.)

Successful weight loss strategies are as individual as you are. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to successful and long-term weight loss. Sure, there are strategies that get included for everyone such as eating less calories, increasing your exercise, but how you go about that is unique to you. 

The Weight Loss program at Our Clinic starts with an individual assessment with the Nurse Concierge to determine your current state and future goals. 

Getting started is easy. Your individualized, clinically-managed weight loss program incorporates a variety of therapies to keep you motivated and take you on a path of safe, healthy weight loss. For more information, book an appointment, check out the website or give us a call at 519-937-1881.


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