The Salt Lake Tribune points out this doesn't only apply to salty snacks. For instance, if you look at a lot of photos of sweet foods, you're less likely to enjoy eating those, too. (Via Flickr / Whitney)
Hmm, new diet fad?
But before you accuse your friends of spoiling your appetite, a study released back in August claims the food photo shoots might actually benefit the person taking the photo. (Via The Huffington Post)
That's because "performing some sort of ritual before eating your food puts you 'in the moment,' heightening your perception of the food and how it tastes." (Via Uproxx)
Who knew social media could play such a big role in appetite?
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