Chewing slowly, preventing disease and prolonging life
American medical professionals have found that chewing has a detoxifying effect on carcinogens.
Researchers have added human saliva to carcinogenic complications, but completely lost carcinogenicity.
Through the experimental understanding of white rats, the white mice that are often chewed are more sensitive than the non-chewing mice, and chewing helps prevent dementia.
At the same time, the researchers also found that chewing gum for 15 to 20 minutes a day helps to beautify the person’s face. After a few weeks of chewing, the wrinkles on the face can be reduced, and the increased double chin gradually disappears.
However, although some people know the benefits of chewing, they can always be in a hurry when they eat. They don’t chat at the dinner table, they read books or watch TV while eating, and the things that are stuffed into the mouth are swallowed without chewing.Not to mention slow chewing.
The food does not go through chewing, but it does not soak into the saliva and enters the stomach. But the stomach is not fully prepared to accept it, and it has not yet had time to secrete the essential gastric juice.
In this way, the stomach must spend considerable effort to digest the food that has not yet been chewed, and to secrete more digestive juice than usual.
If you work like this day after day, your stomach may get gastritis due to too much stomach acid, and you may get a stomach ulcer afterwards.
Carbohydrates, especially plant foods, need to be chewed more than protein foods.
Because, if the meat disappears in the stomach, it basically basically absorbs the salivary enzyme contained in the saliva in the mouth for digestion.
In the stomach, diabetes depends on the help of other enzymes secreted by starch to complete the digestive process.
If the plasma food does not chew in the mouth, it will definitely increase the burden of the flour, and the possibility of phosphate being sick is great.
If you do not want gastritis, stomach ulcers, pancreatic disorders and other diseases, eating should not be too fast.
If a meal can be chewed to 30 times, preferably 50 times, until it has been chewed to the extent that nothing can be swallowed, it will be less or not contagious.
The Yoga doctrine also suggests that almost hard foods, that is, soft foods, and even liquid foods, must be chewed so that foods and drinks can absorb energy and are more beneficial.