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Do you take photos of your food? Do you want to remember those short ribs and share that sorbet? Well, experts think you might be crazy for food photos.
Smartphones and social media have made it easier than ever to have friends enjoy a meal with you. Thanks to Instagram, twitter and Facebook, 52% of people take photos of their food with mobile phones and 19% upload those photos to the web. And while this data and handy infographic is from 2011, I can only imagine these numbers have gotten bigger.
In more recent findings, mental health expert, Dr. Valerie Taylor claims that over sharing photos of your food may cause you to develop “unhealthy weight disorders and lead to weight problems.” In other words, food porn can make you food obsessed and, well, crazy for more food.
Watch my video and tell me, Are you a food pornographer or do you think we’re all nuts?
Left to right: Margherita Pizza made at home with my Pizza Dough Recipe, Corn Dogs, also made at home for a Kodak campaign, Waffle Fries enjoyed at the Snake Bite in Idaho Falls, Cajun Catfish at The Reel Inn, Malibu.
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