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Results of a new study, “Slower Eating Speed Lowers Energy Intake in Normal-Weight but Not Overweight/Obese Subjects”, suggests that people who eat slower, consume fewer calories. The researchers set out to examine the relationship between eating speed and calorie consumption and concluded that to eat slower could be more beneficial.