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....Given that cancer and dementia etc. can affect even the best custodians of their body, why would any rational person not attempt to prevent the preventable.

Still got it.

Still died from it.

While it may lower risk, it doesn't eliminate it.

Did you fail to read the last sentence....the bit about preventing the preventable. By definition, preventable diseases can be prevented (otherwise they're not preventable, are they?)

The diseases associated with obesity and a sedentary lifestyle don't occur in the absence of obesity and a sedentary lifestyle (otherwise they're not diseases that are associated with obesity and a sedentary lifestyle, are they?)

Have you given any thought to what you relatives' health might've been had they been fat and sedentary from a young age?
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