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

Study 7 – Research Linking Rate of Intake to Excess Weight

Sasaki, S. et al (2003) Self-reported rate of eating correlates with BMI in 18 y-old Japanese women. This study was designed to examine the associations between rate of eating, intake of macronutrient and dietary fiber and BMI among a total of 1695 female students. The rate of eating showed a significant and positive correlation with BMI, whereas only dietary fiber intake showed a weak correlation with BMI. International J of Obesity, 27:1405-1410.

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