How you eat affects your character. Research says

It's not what you eat, but how you eat it according a new series of infographics that reveal how you consume your meals speaks volumes about your personality. 
Taking into account the fact that people can eat their food a variety of different ways, Little Things compiled a list of nine of the most popular ways to consume food, revealing exactly what each one says about you as a person. 
And whether you eat slowly, refuse to mix different foods, or slurp your soup, your eating habits offer great insight into your character


SLOW EATER
If you are someone who makes it a point to savor your food during your meals, you are someone who enjoys living in the moment 
Juliet A. Boghossian, behavioral food expert and founder of Food-ology, told Divine Caroline that someone who eats slowly can be stubborn and rigid when it comes to their routines.
'They are the priority in their lives,' she explained


FAST EATER 
People who barely breathe while inhaling their food are typically great a multi-tasking and meeting deadlines. 
Unlike slow eaters, those who eat quickly are more likely to put other things and other people before themselves. 
While they make great partners because of their giving nature, many fast eaters don't take enough time for themselves or focus on their own needs as often, which can turn out to be an issue in the long wrong.

PICKY EATER 
When dining out, people who inquire about the menu or ask for the food to be prepared in a specific way may come off as picky, however, they are often comfortable with who they are and what they want.
Picky eaters are curious people who crave knowledge and have no problems asking questions if it helps they stay in their comfort zone. 
And while it is great to know what you want in live, picky eaters should try and push themselves to try something new every one in a while. 
'You can’t single out one food habit as altogether negative; there are always pros and cons to every behavior,' Juliet told Divine Caroline. 





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