I don't know how many of you are addicted to the BBC television series "Doc Martin," the story of a cranky but wise doctor in a small village. When his beloved Auntie Joan died, Doc Martin stood at the pulpit to speak. Instead of extolling the virtues and the life of his Auntie Joan, he said that Auntie Joan died because she was overweight. He further said that, and I can't remember what percentage he said, that many members of the congregation and the village were obese. A physician knows the end results of obesity and lack of personal eating discipline all too well. And I have observed, over the years, that rarely do people change their habits just because someone else wants them to change. Change has to come from within, even though a doctor can scare the socks off of you by describing all the negative changes that are occurring in your body from your continued overweight. Mortality has to be worth more than food before people will change.