Slump? Chew 30 times slowly?

It's easy to wolf your food down, especially when it tastes and looks like this. But there's more to chewing than just making food small enough to swallow. 

The more you chew, the greater the surface area of the food - and the greater the surface area of the food, the easier it'll be to digest. Chewing's also good for your teeth, and good for losing weight if that's what you're into. 

Another upshot of chewing... it allows for more nutrients to enter the body! SO, if you're in a slump and thinking of eating a snack... doing so slowly and chewably could actually make a positive difference. And that's

A fact

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