Bill doesn't eat real food. He lives on green drinks, nut paste and one "real" meal a week...a piece of fish and a baked potato. So of course, he hates anyone over weight. But I think if he really cared about the health of Americans he would devote one of his shows to discussing the disparity in what's available to the poor and working poor in their communities. They do not have a variety of food stores and big name grocery stores in their communities. They mostly have smaller stores and bodegas that only sell overpriced canned and packaged foods. There is little to no fresh produce or quality proteins available to them in their communities. The food that is available is loaded with additives, sugar, animal fat, high fructose corn syrup, etc.etc.
Bill could book many guests who have written about this and the "food deserts" that inhabit poor communities where people have to go miles and miles away from their neighborhood to get healthy decent food. What is available to them in their neighborhoods are fast food joints like McDonald's, Taco Bell, Burger King, Popeye's, KFC...this is a very real problem. Instead of being accusatory and demeaning to people who don't live Beverly Hills and can't have Whole Foods deliver to them, why not shine a light on this problem and use your platform for educating yourself and others and maybe try to help out...I wonder if Bill has ever donated to a food bank or donated money to an organization that helps to feed healthy food to those who can't afford it.
With lines of cars stretched for miles all over America these days of people needing to feed their families, I find it reprehensible that Bill continues to berate and condemn people for their circumstances. He is the epitome of elitism and entitlement.