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  • Women who ate ‘very fast’ weighed 11 lbs more than those eating ‘very slowly’; men 17 lbs more


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    Monday, September 13, 2010 6:27 am Email this article
    People who eat fast are heavier than those who eat slow according to a study from Japan. The slower they ate, the less they weighed. The faster they ate, the more they weighed. MEN

    Men who ate ‘very slow’ weighed the least

    Men who ate the slowest—“very slow”—weighed the least.

    Men who ate ‘relatively slow” weighed 2 lbs more

    The body mass index (BMI) of men who ate “relatively slow” was 0.3 units greater than men who ate “very slow”. This is equal to roughly 2 pounds for a man of average height.

    Men who ate ‘medium fast” weighed 7 lbs more

    Men who ate at a “medium” rate had a BMI that was 1 unit greater than men who ate “very slow”. This is equal to roughly 7 pounds for a man of average height.

    Men who ate ‘relatively fast” weighed 12 lbs more

    Men who ate at a “relatively fast” rate had a BMI that was 1.8 units greater than men who ate “very slow”. This is equal to roughly 12 pounds for a man of average height.

    Men who ate ‘very fast” weighed 17 lbs more

    And finally, men who ate at a “very fast” rate had a BMI that was 2.5 units greater than men who ate “very slow”. This is equal to roughly 17 pounds for a man of average height.

     

    WOMEN

    Women who ate ‘very slow’ weighed the least

    Just like with men, women who ate the slowest—“very slow”—weighed the least.

    Women who ate ‘relatively slow” weighed 2 lbs more

    The body mass index (BMI) of women who ate “relatively slow” was 0.4 units greater than men who ate “very slow”. This is equal to roughly 2 pounds for a woman of average height.

    Women who ate ‘medium fast” weighed 4 lbs more

    Women who ate at a “medium” rate had a BMI that was 0.7 units greater than men who ate “very slow”. This is equal to roughly 4 pounds for a woman of average height.

    Women who ate ‘relatively fast” weighed 6 lbs more

    Women who ate at a “relatively fast” rate had a BMI that was 1.1 units greater than men who ate “very slow”. This is equal to roughly 6 pounds for a woman of average height.

    Women who ate ‘very fast” weighed 11 lbs more

    And finally, women who ate at a “very fast” rate had a BMI that was 1.85 units greater than men who ate “very slow”. This is equal to roughly 11 pounds for a woman of average height.

    Subjects: 3737 men, 1005 women

    The study analyzed data from 3,737 men who on average wre 48-years-old and had a body mass index of 23, and 1,005 women with an average age of 46 and BMI of 22.

     

    COMMENTS

    Comments: Weight Watchers advises to eat slowly

    Weight Watchers advises to eat slowly to give your body time to realize that you have had enough to eat.

    REFERENCE

    Otsuka R, Tamakoshi K, Yatsuya H, Murata C, Sekiya A, Wada K, Zhang H, Matsushita K, Sugiura K, Takefuji S, Ouyang P, Nagasawa N, Kondo T, Sasaki S, Toyoshima H. Eating fast leads to obesity: Findings based on self-administered questionnaires among middle-aged japanese men and women. J Epidemiol. 2006, 16(3):117-24.

    AUTHOR’S CONTACT INFORMATION

    Department of Public Health/ Health Information Dynamics
    Field of Social Life Science
    Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine

     

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