These days obesity is becoming more and more common of an occurrence, and it looks to be a rising trend. The main thing that needs to be understood is that obese people suffer from a problem, and need help to be able overcome these problems. Obesity solutions do exist but unfortunately most people are unable to make proper use of these to help themselves.
This is where governments need to step in and help. Yes, there might already be programs aplenty all designed to help people who are obese deal with their problems, but if you look closely at the foundation of these programs, none of them deal with the problem cohesively and almost none of these will have a support structure which overlaps with other obesity solutions.
Each of these obesity solutions is a plan and a design standing on its own, with a support structure only insofar as the program goes. When the particular obesity program is finished, or when the person needs, or voluntarily switches to a different obesity solution, they have to go through the entire process almost from the beginning. The current structure and solutions which they are using, in most cases, just wont work for them.
This is not to say that there are no proper or viable obesity solutions at all. Only that what there is, it needs to be looked at and reorganized so that people can get the most benefit out of them, not the least.
People who are obese and are looking to get help with their obesity problems, also need to have a proper support structure in place. Again, these are there already, but not in a proper form or manner.
Many people will argue over this fact and even say that these support structures just arent being used properly by those who need it, and this will to some extent be true.
But what about the majority of the cases where the support structure fails these people, and where they fall through the cracks and the loopholes which can invariably be found in these support structures, as well as in the many other types of obesity solutions? What then?
These matters need to be dealt with, as well as other more fundamental matters, which can only help other obesity solutions, and not hinder them. We are for the most part, obsessed with weight and diets, but the fact of the matter is that none of these problems or the obesity solutions needed to solve them, would be needed if we addressed the larger issues at hand.