What do you mean by accommodating?
Your insurance covers obese people, and therefore covers the extra medical treatment they require. The externalities of a food-abusive lifestyle. It's insurance, this isn't a hard concept. People in the same insurance pool share the available funds. Healthy people's premiums are lower, sure, but they still pay for the exams, medicines, treatments and procedures of people who are sick - which includes the (far greater) portion of the population who are obese or diabetic due to their diet.
No man is an island - that's all I'm saying. Your insurance premium is, however, helping pay for medicine for someone the size of an island.
I feel that way with a lot of treats. That doesn't mean I'll consume an entire box of cookies. I just think it's a bad way to go about this. It doesn't affect the source of these problems, which is the manipulation of chemicals in consumables, and the marketing of these products to the poor and uninformed.
What do you think we should do, then, as a response?
I know it exists in other ways, but here are just a few examples that google brought up. Obviously, it is dependent on the person's body as to whether they're susceptible or the amount required.
"Bad Breadth." Pass.
elessar123, if you can prove that "Fish" is a vegetable, I'll buy you a copy of Bioshock Infinite.