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Any two habitual actions while eating:

a. We should avoid talking while eating and chew the food properly. Chewing the food is the first step in the process of digestion where the solid food mass is broken and grinded down into smaller pieces and mixed with saliva to make a slippery mass. This also helps in the easy passage of the food, down the food pipe without hurting its walls.


b. We should avoid eating too much acidic food. This can cause neutralized or acidic environment in the mouth which is not suitable for the proper functioning of salivary amylase which requires an alkaline medium.


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