It's uncertain whether or not this product made it into production (it is not pictured here) and it has been dubbed as one of the most useless inventions of al time, However the concept of this device is definitely for the lazy and unmotivated.
You can eat what you want, just slowly and chewed properly. The cutlery creators Nicole Dubus and Springfield Susan came up with the fork with a built in timer and alarm. The timer's circuitry is connected to the handle of the fork and buzzes or lights up after a preset time, ensuring that eaters leave sufficient space between forkfuls for chewing 32 healthy times before swallowing.
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