Woman with buns and blue sweater chewing gum, smiling, and stretching pink gum out of her mouth. 
The Energetic Cost of Chewing May Have Shaped Hominin Evolution
The simple act of chewing gum can raise the body’s metabolic rate by as much as 15 percent, a study finds.
The Energetic Cost of Chewing May Have Shaped Hominin Evolution
The Energetic Cost of Chewing May Have Shaped Hominin Evolution

The simple act of chewing gum can raise the body’s metabolic rate by as much as 15 percent, a study finds.

The simple act of chewing gum can raise the body’s metabolic rate by as much as 15 percent, a study finds.

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