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Instagramming your food may indicate a bigger problem

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According to Dr Valerie Taylor

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05...

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  1. I was not impressed with her theory.

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    1. re: jeanmarieok

      Like when she presents "The Insanity Cycle":
      Step 1: I need to become healthy
      Step 2: Get a food tattoo
      Step 3: Intentionally infect myself with a tapeworm
      Step 4: Become involved in the underground sexual fetish of feederism
      Step 5: Relapse

      1. re: jeanmarieok

        I found it interesting as I have two "friends" on my Facebook who always post up photos of their dinners. One seems to be eating his way around the Michelin Starred restaurants in England and easily tops 300 pounds. The other is a batshit crazy master-chef wannabe. Thankfully both are now blocked from my news feed. I would dearly love to "unfriend" them, but we have mutual friends, so it would be noticed.

        I am interested in food and new experiences, but it is not an obsession.