Chewing is a normal part of eating behaviour. Its function is to break down food into smaller particles and mix them with saliva in preparation for swallowing and digestion. So why do people chew substrates that are apparently dissociated from eating?
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- Oro-sensory exposure, eating rate, satiation and endocrine responses
- Evaluation of the European Union strategy for the protection and welfare of animals
- Press Release: Project ‘Satiation’
- Increased oro-sensory exposure duration decreases meal size, but increases in taste intensity do not affect meal size