Have you ever had a meal so delicious, you just wanted to photograph it, frame it, hang it on your wall like a discussion piece? Well, with the new MyFoodPhone, you’re supposed to photograph meals — and talk about them.
The service, which we first covered over a year ago, is now available in the US on Sprint phones for $10 a month. Wired has more:
Sprint cell-phone subscribers can sign up for MyFoodPhone, a service that gives diet advice when users e-mail cell-phone photographs of their meals and post details of their dietary habits online…
…Along with asking users to send in meal photos, the service asks users to post detailed information, including blood pressure, weight and consumption of fats and carbohydrates on the MyFoodPhone website.
Every two weeks, users get a personalized 90-second video by e-mail from advisors trained by nutritionists letting them know how they’re doing.
Also in the works: MomFoodPhone, in which starving residents take photos of the hospital vending machines that supply their meals, mail them to Mom, who calls to berate you for not eating healthy.
More from MyFoodPhone…
Flashback: Teledieting (May 2005)