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9 benefits of slowing eating and more chewing

Cold prevention:
Saliva contains lysozyme which has the function of killing oral bacteria and preventing bacterial infection. If you chew for more times and eat slowly, the saliva secretion will be increased thus improving body immunity, which is beneficial to preventing colds, flu and other diseases.

Dental caries prevention:
Doing more chewing movement can stimulate the secretion of saliva which not only can counteract the acid in food but also attach the calcium and phosphate to the tooth surface and repair the damaged enamel, thus preventing dental caries, periodontal disease and other oral diseases.

Weight loss:
Chewing can stimulate fullnss nerve center, suppress appetite and help to lose weight.

Young appearance:
Saliva contains salivary gland hormone which has the function of promoting division proliferation of skin cells and maintaining skin elasticity.

Digestion enhancement:
Saliva contains digestive enzymes that helps with gastrointestinal digestion of food and enhance our digestive function.

Teeth consolidation:
If you always have soft food, the chewing times will be less. This can lead to poorer lower jaw and fragile gums. Therefore, we should eat more solid food and chew more to exercise jaw strength and improve the health of the gums.

Saliva contains peroxidase which can restrain active oxygen in human body and reduce the risk of cancer.

Richer expressions:
Chew will exercise the muscles around your mouth, tighten your muscles and enrich your facial expressions.

Brain boost
Chewing can enhance the oxygen transmission to the brain, activate brain cells, improve one's judgment, concentration and memory.

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