Food, apart from being an essential commodity for physical sustenance, has over our strange times become an issue of abuse; in effect it is also considered an abused substance. This particular form of abuse however, not only affects the abuser but does further affect the balance of nutrition globally. Diminished quality - excessive quantity. However, it is these low in nutritional value and produced in excess foodstuff that promote in turn the abuse itself through their addictive components which attempt to compensate for real flavor. I attempt to confront the viewer with the unappealing mesmerized face of this legal yet devastating form of abuse.