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A glass of milk a day may help promote memory and overall mental performance
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Dining at a moderate pace helps to achieve a feeling of fullness (satiety). Conversely, eating quickly blunts the hormones that signal satiety, and Greek researchers submit this may prompt overeating. Researchers from Lake General Hospital (Greece) studied 17 healthy adult male subjects, to whom the researchers gave a test meal consisting of...