No. If you are too busy to linger at the table, make meals even faster by cutting portion size and limiting calories. Then, while on your way, marvel as hunger gradually subsides.
Eating too much, which we risk when eating fast, actually wastes time. In fifty years, fast meals and eating till full have brought endless diets, solitary workouts in the gym, and epidemic obesity, sleep apnea, and acid reflux.
Good conversation over leisurely meals satisfied civilized people for thousands of years. Serve small portions from the kitchen, and take an after-meal stroll (or linger at the table) for a half hour conversation with family and friends.