Do YOU tweet about what you eat? Revealed, the 10 most talked about foods online (and only one is healthy)
You may think Twitter is used for just small talk - no-one can really convey a message in just 140 characters can they?
But according to scientists, our tweets provide a valuable insight towards our diet and ultimately our health.
Coffee, beer and pizza were the most talked about food and drinks on the social media platform in the US last year, a study found.
Starbucks also featured highly, followed by yet more alcohol - which increases the risk of some types of cancer - in the forms of India Pale Ale and wine.
Shockingly, only one of the 10 most popular mentioned products was deemed 'healthy' - chicken. BBQ, ice cream and tacos completed the list.
Researchers from the University of Utah assessed around 80 million geotagged tweets sent between mid-2014 and mid-2015. They then sorted through them to find 4 million (five percent) which had mentioned food or drink.
They then categorised them into either healthy options or the opposite. Researchers also conducted the same process for a range of exercises to determine the most popular.
However, scientists noticed a stark difference when comparing tweets with their socio-economic background. They found messages from poor areas were less likely to mention healthy foods while people living in dense areas were more likely to tweet about fast food.