Why is the BBC trying to fat-shame the nation?

The Restaurant That Burns Calories focus on earning food is dangerous for those with eating disorders, it should never have been aired

You don’t have to earn your food. I didn’t think that in the middle of a global crisis I would have to write this, but I do – and you need to hear it. You don’t have to earn your food.

On Monday night, the BBC aired a Horizon show called The Restaurant That Burns Off Calories. The premise was, simply put, that out the back of the restaurant was a gym where a group of people would show how long a person might have to exercise in order to “burn off” the calories contained in the restaurant’s dishes. There was some chat about genetics and the calories that a body burns simply by existing, but at its core was a focus on calories in, calories out. The premise was simple: earn the food you eat, and you’ll be OK.

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Source: theguardian
Why is the BBC trying to fat-shame the nation?