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Published on: 15 Mar 2017 by davidhill
‘Chew.’ That single, seemingly simple command is the first word that passes my doctor’s mouth when I arrive at the newest outpost of the Vivamayr Clinic on picturesque Altaussee in Austria. It isn’t anywhere near as easy as it sounds, and I run into difficulty from the off; chewing each small mouthful of food the prescribed thirty times requires diligence – and patience. Given that by nature I’m rather short on both, I find myself counting the chews to make it to the hallowed thirtieth. Doing so is initially arduous – not to mention tedious – in the extreme.
The Vivamayr establish this rule at the beginning of a stay not to introduce said tedium, nor even to slow the intake of food and thus reduce the sum amount eaten (though this is a welcome side effect), but rather as a first step in reinstating healthy eating habits. The purpose of this laboured chewing is, as my doctor later explained, to reacquaint guests with the all-important first stage in digestion, where enzymes are allowed to coat the portions of food that have been manually torn apart (‘remember: from the mouth onwards your digestive system has no teeth!’, she told me). Doing so for long enough also allows the brain and intestine to start to communicate, forging a connection between the body’s needs and tastes.
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