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Tuesday, October 27, 2015


Eating With Your Fingers Is Way More Healthier!

Joy Sandra - 3:30 AM

Nice and well – mannered eating with a special cutlery is not always the healthiest and most recommended alternative.

The rude eating with hands and licking the fingers, can be healthier and more useful in some situations, and it can also prevent from certain diseases.

Prevention of Diabetes Type 2

Lot of people that eat fast have more chances to suffer from diabetes type 2. With regard to the fact that meals eaten with a fork and a knife last quicker that those that we consume with hands, it is evident that it is better to eat “rude” whenever possible.

Not only you can only have a piece of chips or two with your fingers, in contrast to the 5 or 6 you can pick up with the fork, but you also eat slower, as a snack.

Digestion improvement

It is very good to known after you wash your hands to get rid of all harmful bacteria, certain so- called “useful” bacteria remain on them, which are the solution for the harmful ones in the body and are good to be consumed, while eating with the fingers.

Meanwhile, the brains gets signals from the nerve ends for the kind of food, whether it is hot or cold, solid or soft, so it prepares the digestive organs for it.

Prevents overeating

There are people who eat with hands are slimmer since they do not eat too much. This problem can be easily solved in children, if their parents allow them to eat with their hands.

The safest way to remain in shape.

Those who eat while doing something else eat more food than those who simply sit on a table and eat only.

When you eat with both hands, you cannot do anything else, since they are greasy or busy. In that way, you concentrate only on the meal and the process of eating, so you also notice how much you have eaten and when it is time to stop.


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