Grow a pair, stop blaming other people for your own bad eating habits, take control of your life and stop being conned by all the faddy diets aimed at quick fixes.
Yup, that's precisely what the summary was talking about:
"But in addition, George Bray thinks that socioeconomic factors play into physicians' lack of enthusiasm for treating obesity because obesity is, disproportionately, a disease of poverty. Because of this association, many erroneously see obesity as more of a social condition than a medical one, a condition that simply requires people to try harder."
Thank you for providing a fine example of how people still associate the frailty of mortals with moral failure. I wonder if this is another thing we can thank religion for, after all a quick reading of Genesis might easily lead to such a connection.
There are no quick fixes, just good, healthy ways to eat.
This is, if you think about it, pretty weird. Getting fat is not like stuffing a balloon full of lard; rather, your body builds fat tissue in response to hormonal cues. There's no erason whatsoever why you should ever get fat beyond some cutoff point no matter what your diet; the unused calories would simply pass by and be excreted. That you do means that your body's control system fails somehow, which should be treatable/adjustable once the details have been researched.
The same goes for muscles, bones and pretty much everything else. There's no reason why staying fit should require running in circles and lifting heavy objects just to lower them again. The effect of excersize is to change your hormonal balance, the actual tissue-building happens afterwards.