Why not discourage sugary and high-carbohydrate foods instead?
Of course, and encourage and facilitate exercise by changing geographical land-use and time-scheduling patterns.
But what I'm saying is that there are people who, if you tell them they should eat healthier and exercise more, will say it's just an excuse for denying them insulin.
In short, people just focus on health care inequalities and ignore personal responsibility to live and eat healthier.
So I'm saying, ok if the government just produced and distributed as much free insulin as anyone wants to take, what would happen?