10) HCL Morse Code
Chewing your food sends messages to the gastrointestinal system that food is on its way. This triggers hydrochloric acid production which helps speed up the digestive process which in turn ensures good health.
11) Stomach Needs To Chill Too.
Your lower stomach needs to relax before food can be channeled to the intestines. Chewing food helps to relax the lower stomach and also speeds up the digestive process.
How does a stomach relax, you ask?
12) How Many Times?
According to the experts at Ohio State University, you should chew softer foods 5-10 times, and more dense foods (meats/vegetables) up to 30 times before swallowing for a fit and fine health.
Show ’em how it’s done, Oprah!