Speed before and after surgery
Even if advocated by many stakeolders, research is still in its infancy
Eating quickly increases the risk of developing a fatty liver.
Eating fast is very significantly involved in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The faster you eat, the more reflux (risk of GERD).
Eating fast makes you eat more.
The more you chew, the less you eat. Credits Francois Tournay http://francoistournay.fr/
Eating fast / Eating slowly
The way of eating and understanding its effects through history
Fast eaters are gaining more weight compared to slow eaters
Starting at the age of 50, eating fast is a risk factor.
The Slow Control fork has been the subject of several scientific studies.