What if the food photos you post on social media benefited you more than just the "likes" and comments you receive? What if the pictures could help you determine just how healthy your diet is?
That's Bentley Adams' goal. The five-year Cardiff man created a free iPhone app called "Mealshare," which allows users to upload photos of their food, which are then rated by others on the app.
"The idea is ultimate simplicity," Adams said. "Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication. People really know when you ask them if their meal was healthy. The awareness is really important."
Here’s how it works: You load the app, and the screen...
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