Eat slower, stop sooner to avoid digestive problems

02/22/2009 | Pasadena Star-News (Calif.)

Nutritionists say eating more slowly and stopping before you feel full are two ways to avoid digestive problems. The brain gets a signal from the digestive system that the stomach is full about 20 minutes after a meal, so eating until you feel full not only can make you sick but also can lead to packing in extra calories.

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