We’ve all done it; our food has arrived at the table and before we even start eating, we make sure that the lighting is good and that the cutlery is equidistant from the plate. The fascination with sharing food photos online goes deeper than “hey, this looks nice” as Karen Fewell explains.

In this episode of #SMBuzzChat on YouTube, we look deeper into the behavioural and psychological consequence of sharing food photos. Karen describes how an individuals Instagram feed can actually show them as having an eating disorder whilst we question the usage of mobile phones at the dinner table.

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FOODporn.pl The Psychology Behind #FoodPorn | #SMBuzzChat With Karen Fewell

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