Apparently most of them arrive directly via Instagram. In fact, many people upload pictures on Instagram and automatically share them on Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr, for example. In this way we can say that social networks are in the middle of a food craze; the "foodstagramming".
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The social network based on sharing pictures has 100 million active users monthly and 40 million photos are posted per day.
It is curios that, according to a Doctor Valerie Taylor, chief of psychiatry at Women's College Hospital at the University of Toronto, posting too many pictures of food on social network could be a symptom of a food related disease or problem. She argues that although posting this kind of photo is now relatively common; the signal of a real problem could be when this is the only thing a user posts, excluding all other topics.
Another curious fact related with the "foodstagramming" craze is that some restaurants in New York have started banning customers from taking pictures of the served dishes.
Which are your thought about "foodstagramming"? Are you bother by food pictures appearing in your social networks?
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By the way... Bon Appetit!