Fast food = more food
After the meal, the hunger hormone ghrelin is suppressed and satiety hormones such as leptin are secreted. These hormones send a satiety signal to your brain, make you feel full and allow you to quit eating. This process takes about 20 minutes, eating fast does not give your brain the time it takes for these signals to reach these signals and causes you to overeat.
Taking a break for 20 minutes after you break your fast with water and soup gives your brain time to reach the signals of satiety and therefore allows you to eat much less because you feel more satiated. Eating fast also means less chewing, but studies show that chewing thoroughly increases satiety and reduces calorie intake.
Filling the empty stomach quickly by eating fast and swallowing air with food while eating fast causes gas and bloating problems. At the same time, when food is swallowed without chewing and in large bites, digestion times are prolonged, which makes the organs more tired and prepares the ground for stomach and intestinal problems.
End your sweet need
Eating fast after prolonged fasting causes your blood sugar to rise rapidly and insulin levels to rise rapidly. Following this, your blood sugar tends to drop some time after eating. Low blood sugar increases your need for sweets. However, fatigue and sleepiness after eating is inevitable.