Type 2 diabetes is fat person diabetes.
While shift workers are needed to help our 24-7 world go 'round, an editorial written by Dr. Virginia Barbour, chief editor of the journal PLoS Medicine, warned that such work schedules can put a person at increased risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes. She even argued that unhealthy eating habits on the job should be considered an occupational health hazard.Note the "unhealthy eating habits" argument.
Unhealthy eating is eating to a BMI in excess of 24.9 (or less than 18.5 - rarely a problem).
It is not an occupational health hazard.
It is a personal failing.
As is Dr. Virginia Barbour's stupid assertion.