A recent study found that people with diabetes who eat slower are more likely to be at a healthy weight than their peers. Study participants who reported being fast eaters were more likely than their peers to have a BMI of 25 or higher. Faster eaters also had larger waistlines than slow eaters.

Whether you?re looking to trim down before bikini season or pursuing longer-term health goals, a new study has uncovered a simple weight-loss fix to add to your overall health regimen: eat slower. Recently published in BMJ Open, the study found that...


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Robert Zinn, M.D., Ph.D. is a medical doctor, physician, and web entrepreneur, who, for over 15 years was employed by academic and research institutions and focused his clinical practices on very specialized patient populations, such as those with rare genetic diseases or rare cancers. He shares his knowledge through his website, NutritionTheory.org

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