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’ – claiming overweight people would cost the NHS more money were they to live into their 80s and 90s.
Explaining that obesity costs the UK roughly £6.1 billion a year, the former BBC newsreader wrote: ‘How much would he or she cost if, instead of keeling over with a heart attack at 52, they live to a ripe, dementia-ridden old age, requiring decades of expensive care?
England: In 2016 in England, 40% of men and 30% of women were overweight and 26% of adults were classified as obese, which is a 15% rise since 1993.
Since 2008, prevalence has stabilised, fluctuating between 64% and 65%.
Michael Buerk caused outrage as he branded obese people ‘weak, not ill’, suggesting they would cost the NHS less if they died in their 50s.
The journalist left fans shocked as he called for obesity to be classified as a ‘disease’ and blamed it on greed.
There is a personal responsibility, we have to own our size, we have to get over all this fat-shaming.
‘The word fat won’t kill you, being fat will.’ His argument comes after Michael discussed obesity in his Radio Times column – entitled ‘Leave couch potatoes alone!
And, during a heated debate on Good Morning Britain, weight loss expert Steve Miller defended the 73-year-old’s comments.