You are what you eat, or you are how you eat. Your eating habits reveal your personality.
After everyone has finished their meal, the slow eater takes his sweet time and is always the last person to finish the meal. Slow eaters are people who like to be in control and know how to appreciate life.
Slow eating has been shown to be associated with decreased energy intake, increased satiety, and higher pleasantness ratings of meals.
The fast eater tends to barrel through meals, cleaning the plate before the rest of the table has finished even half of their meal.
Fast eaters tend to be ambitious, goal-oriented and open to new experiences, but they may also have a tendency to be impatient.
The speed at which you eat reveals the speed at which you take on and enjoy life. Eating too fast carries with it certain health risks, including weight gain.
The adventurous eater is always looking for the next gastronomic adventure. When it comes to food and other areas of life the adventurous eater is a thrill-seeker and a risk-taker.
You should never change, just be careful not to pressure others to be as adventurous as you; not everyone is meant to be an eplorer.
Being an adventurous eater shows openness to trying new things outside of experience/comfort zone.
The picky eater may never have grown out of childhood likes and dislikes.
The picky eater can often be found asking a waiter if the dish can be served without sauce or with dressing on the side.
There is a good chance you are a little anxious and neurotic.
The isolationist approaches the plate methodically, eating one food item in its entirety before moving on to the next.
The isolationist is a very detail-oriented person, and deep down you know that there is a method to your so-called madness.
You are a very careful person, an individual personality, a task-oriented personality more than a multi-tasking individual.