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A large and growing body of scientific research links rapid eating with overweight and obesity in many cases

Study 3 – Research Linking Rate of Intake to Excess Weight

Ana Andre, et al presented data at the 2006 North American Association for the Study of Obesity (TOS) from a study conducted at the University of Rhode Island performed in a controlled laboratory setting. The rate of eating, amount of food intake and reporting satiety were recorded for the healthy women study participants. The results showed that, during the test meal, on average 67 fewer calories were consumed when the participants ate slowly. (Submitted for publication to AM J Clin Nutrition TOS presentation is appended – Eating Rate and Satiation in Healthy Women)

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