(Health.Harvard.edu) – Slow down, you’re eating too fast.
Distracted, hurried eating may add pounds and take away pleasure.
Does this sound familiar?
You’re at your computer, facing a wall of e-mails. After composing a reply, you hit “send” and reach for the bulging tuna wrap on your desk. After a few bites, chewing while glancing at the screen, you set the wrap down, grab a handful of chips, and open the next message. Before you know it, you’ve finished lunch without even noticing it. (read more)