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Reston, Va., Sprint launched a new service for its camera phone users that will allow them take pictures of food and then send the images to nutrition experts who will tell them how well they're eating. MyFoodPhone, dubbed "the ultimate tool for remaining fit and healthy while on the go," will provide camera phone users access to the world's first nutrition service based on the use of camera phone images and video feedback. MyFoodPhone allows Sprint customers to conveniently track their food consumption and access to nutrition counseling based on eating habits. The service is available biweekly for $9.99 per month.