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How to start savoring your Food How to start savoring your Food Presentation Transcript

  • Mindful Eating How to start savoring your Food Elie Noune, Stanford UniversityThursday, December 13, 12
  • We live in a Fast World.Thursday, December 13, 12
  • Does your Fast Life affect How you Eat?Thursday, December 13, 12
  • Do you feel like you’re rushing through your meals?Thursday, December 13, 12
  • Does the End take you by Surprise?Thursday, December 13, 12
  • Did you know that Eating Fast increases our chances of OVEREATING?Thursday, December 13, 12
  • “In a study of 3000 people in the British Medical Journal, those who reported eating quickly and eating until full had triple the risk of being overweight compared with others.”Thursday, December 13, 12
  • According to the More than 1/3 of American Adults are ObeseThursday, December 13, 12
  • What can we do about it today?Thursday, December 13, 12
  • What few people realize is... Eating Slower leads to eating Less! Some people even think the opposite!Thursday, December 13, 12
  • Why? When we eat slower, we release hormones that make us feel full faster.Thursday, December 13, 12
  • The question is How do we start eating slower?Thursday, December 13, 12
  • Eating fast is a difficult habit to change... It’s hard to push ourselves to chew slower, or to take smaller bites.Thursday, December 13, 12
  • What few people realize, is that Technology can help them eat at a slower paceThursday, December 13, 12
  • What fewer people realize, is that Music can help them eat at a slower paceThursday, December 13, 12
  • Yes. Music can helpregulate your chewing speedThursday, December 13, 12
  • Chewing to the Beat of a slow song can help you chew slowerThursday, December 13, 12
  • I know this because I did an experiment with 3 students at StanfordThursday, December 13, 12
  • I used a metronome application to generate audio clicks at a specific beatThursday, December 13, 12
  • I asked them to chew in sync with the beats they were listening to...Thursday, December 13, 12
  • ...first starting with their natural chewing rate Around 130 beats per minuteThursday, December 13, 12
  • ...then reducing the pace by increments of 10 bpmThursday, December 13, 12
  • It was really surprising...Thursday, December 13, 12
  • How easy it was for them...Thursday, December 13, 12
  • To progressively adjust toThursday, December 13, 12
  • Slower speeds. Less than 95 beats per minute!Thursday, December 13, 12
  • That’s 30% slower!Thursday, December 13, 12
  • In less than 30 minutes!Thursday, December 13, 12
  • If you want to eat slower, Listen to slow Music while you eatThursday, December 13, 12
  • Thank you! Elie Noune @elienoune elnoune@stanford.eduThursday, December 13, 12