One of the members, Meredith, of the FTA Facebook page made an amazing and delightful find. This is a British short film from 1967.
This extremely enjoyable film, which contains excellent footage of late 1960’s home life, attitudes to food and meal times, addresses obesity in children. A female GP narrates the story of three children who are overweight for their age stressing that although there may be some inherited causes of their obesity, it is mostly due to over-feeding on the part of the parents, what the GP calls a cruel kindness.
The message is slightly mixed, in that part of it is about "eating too much," which somewhat misses the point. Feed the kids protein & fat and they’ll eat less on their own (and exercise, also stressed in the film). That said, it’s clearly evident that the root cause is believed to be carbohydrate; i.e., valid knowledge, now lost and kept lost by legions of murderers & maimers (most dietitians, doctors, researchers — the "white" coats — and big agri-business) for their own bogus livelihoods and prestige. Give it a look. Total run time is only about 12 minutes.