The risks of simple indigestion and gastroesophageal reflux disease are frequently cited as reasons to follow your mother’s advice and enjoy a leisurely meal. There is also some evidence linking speedy eating to disruption of chemical signals of fullness, leading to overconsumption and obesity.
Archive for May 7th, 2013
It’s tough to muster up an excuse to not exercise when you have a partner already waiting for you at the gym. It’s even harder to peter out mid-session when your partner’s workout depends on your full participation, according to a study cited in a 2012 article published in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine.
Americans as a whole consume too much sugar, that much seems to be clear. But where is most of the sugar in our diets coming from? Pinning the blame on liquid calories like soda and other sweetened beverages seems easy enough. Since the 1970s, the average percentage of daily calories that comes from sugary drinks […]