Eating Behaviors: Eating Too Fast

Eating Too Fast

Due to hectic schedules, many people find themselves eating in cars, eating at their work desk or eating on the go. That said, many people don’t take the proper amount of time to consume their meal, which often leads to overeating. Eating behaviors such as the speed of how quickly you consume your food is just as important as what you eat.  You might be sabotaging your diet if you are eating too fast.  Find out more by viewing this video where Annique Beaudeh of outlines the importance of eating behaviors including the speed of consumption.

Annique Beaudeh is a registered dietitian, with a B.Sc in Dietetics and Human Nutrition from McGill University. She advocates for clean eating and mainly plant-based diets. As a passionate and knowledgeable nutritionist, she makes the subject of nutrition come to life. Her goal is also to act as a nutritional myth buster and help reduce the confusing brouhaha surrounding the act of eating. Whether it be organizing a fundraising event for cancer survivors or writing her blog on healthy nutrition and lifestyle, Niki finds great satisfaction in giving back to others in her community. Niki’s wellness philosophy: Healthy nutrition is about tasty foods, self-love, self-acceptance and intuition. Niki believes in setting realistic goals for healthy eating that allow room for treats and fun foods including as her personal favorites: dark chocolate and red wine!  For more nutritional information or delicious recipes visit or Niki directly at