Moms, don't rush your child to finish that breakfast. Slow chewing gives children enough time to realise when they're full — helping to avoid overeating and effectively enabling them to prevent weight gain.
The brain responds differently to two forms of sugar, glucose and fructose, a new study says, adding that the consumption of fructose may promote overeating. Fructose is a simple sugar found in fruit but it is added to many foods as “refined sugar”. While glucose – the primary energy source for the body – is […]