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Enjoy and Taste Your Food


If you rush through your meal with hardly any chewing, you’re also not really tasting or 

enjoying the food. When you take the time to properly chew your food, it forces you to slow 

down, savor each morsel and really enjoy all the flavors your food has to offer.

How to Chew Your Food Properly

The way you chew is unique to you and is probably deeply ingrained by this point in your 

life. In other words, you’ll likely need to make a conscious effort to change the way you chew, 

but the good news is you can start with your next meal. There are many theories about how 

many times you should, ideally, chew each piece of food. The Times of India recently 

highlighted Horace Fletcher, a late-1800s health-food guru (also known as “The Great 

Masticator”) who was famous for chewing each bite 100 times before swallowing (and to this he 

attributed his good health, strength and endurance).

You needn’t be this strict, however, as the amount of chewing a food requires will 

obviously vary depending on its type and texture. Here’s a guide to ensure that you’re chewing 

in a way that will support your health. Generally speaking, you’ll want to eat in a relaxed, non-

distracted environment; eating on the run or while you’re working or watching TV is not 

conducive to proper chewing.

Take smaller bites of food to begin with (it’s easier to chew smaller morsels)

Chew slowly and steadily

Chew until your mouthful of food is liquefied or lost all of its texture

Finish chewing and swallowing completely before taking another bite of food

Wait to drink fluids until you’ve swallowed.