Eat often hurry? Beware, because it can lead to inflammation of the stomach. For people who can spend on food in less than 15 minutes is likely to risk having gastritis or ulcer disease (inflammation of the lining of the stomach) than those who eat more slowly.
"About 10,893 South Koreans carry out a medical examination and of whom suffer from acute gastritis Erosive disease risk," said Ko Byung Joon, a doctor at the Hospital Kangbuk Samsung quoted by Chosun.
In the research data mentioned people finishing their meals in less than five minutes faced 1.7 times the risk of developing gastritis than those who are older in 15 minutes. While they were completed in five to 10 minutes in 1.9 times the risk.
The largest proportion of the participants, or 45.2 percent, finishing their meal within 5 to 10 minutes. While 35.2 percent of participants who ate obtained in 10 to 15 minutes and 9.4 percent less than five minutes. Only 10.2 percent of food spending more than 15 minutes.
"Those who eat more quickly tend to feel less satisfied than those who eat more slowly. As a result, they tend to eat more. Too many causes of food riding in the stomach longer, which means that the gastric mucosa exposed to stomach acid over time. This raises the possibility of developing gastrointestinal diseases, "said Ko Byung Joon