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1 Simple Chewing Trick For Faster Fat Loss

By Rob Poulos...

How do you chew?

You may be surprised to find out HOW you eat/chew has a lot to do with how fast or slow you lose fat…

…because, how you eat/chew can have a huge impact on how MUCH you end up eating.

The verdict is in… powering through your meals and snacks can bypass your body’s natural “full” feeling, which usually takes about 15-20 minutes or so to set in.

In a recent study about weight gain factors, 2 major culprits were identified:

1. How MUCH you eat (not really a surprise there!)
2. How FAST you eat!

Folks in the study that sped through their meals were 3 times more likely to be overweight than those that ate their food at a more leisurely pace. And this is primarily because they found these same folks ended up eating much more overall.

And in today’s fast-paced world, something that used to be more commonplace has now become a chore… an effort.

So here are some tips to help slow your eating down, and keep the fat away:

1. Don’t eat while distracted. This means try to limit the times you eat while watching TV, on the computer, etc. Distractions can easily create speed eating, and mindless eating at that.

2. Eat smaller meals more frequently. Kalen and I have found it much easier to slow our eating down when approaching a modest sized meal versus one that looks like a chore to finish!

3. Stay hydrated before and after meals. Drinking some ice cold water 30 min or so before and after a meal can help keep you feeling full and less likely to power through your meals and snacks.

Alright, so take a moment and look back at your last week of eating… how do YOU chew?

Try these simple tips and you’ll be almost effortlessly eating less and keeping the fat away.


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7 Comments Add yours

  1. sinip

    Yep, this little “trick” is often overlooked. But very usefull nevertheless.

  2. Nic

    Usually, I need about 15-20 minutes. I know that there are many other reasons why we shouldn’t eat while we are distracted, but for me we, when I do eat in front of my computer, tv, etc. I really eat slowly. I mean I can eat the same amout of food as mentionned above and it takes me 30-45 minutes.
    But anyway, great tip Rob

  3. Shonnie

    I have found that using this trick does work for helping you recongize when you feel full. I never ate fast until I married. If I didn’t eat quickly my husband would move in for my food. We set some ground rules about that and life is MUCH better now. :)

  4. Paul F

    Hey Rob,

    Just wanted to drop you a line and let you know my story.
    I got your first fat burning info a little over a year ago.
    After reading it thought if I could work out for only 20mins.
    this is for me. After the 12 weeks you recommenced I could believe how well
    it worked. I continued to lose weight and get stronger. As of today I have dropped
    a total of 65 Lbs. I am now 63 years old and would love to help other people over 60
    to use your program to get results, any ideas. Also want to thank you for your program

    Thanks Rob,

    Paul F

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Paul… great to hear your inspiring story! Someone from our team will contact you if you’d like to share more.


  5. burningfatbuildingmuscle

    Simple Chewing Trick For Faster Fat Loss …What a nice topic.
    Thanks for sharing this…!

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