The advice we've always heard is eat healthier, workout more, right. And that's just blank bland. It doesn't really make any sense, not anchored to anything specific, but when you eat , you know, a meal, something that you enjoy, let's just say, it's a personal pizza, right?
You eat that meal and then you sit on the couch, you get this blood sugar response. There's going to trigger all this inflammatory downstream cascade. Your body's going to store a bunch of that as fat. It's going to be, you're going to feel terrible. You're going to be very tired shortly thereafter.
Now the next day, go out and eat that same pizza and then go for a walk, just 20-30 minutes, walk around the block, look at the beautiful sights, come back and look at the score two hours later, and your body will completely modify its response to that meal. And that's really profound for people who maybe don't want to go the route of completely eliminating everything and living this sort of stoic lifestyle, where they have no indulgences.
They can now see that there are ways that you can sort of make these micro optimizations that actually have a very large effects, kind of the 80/20 rule, you know, moving a bit more. It sounds just like a, kind of a legend or an sort of an old wives tale type thing, but reality is that it has a basis in data now.
And, to your comment about like, well, I think that, some people will take this very extremely and they'll sort of do a hundred pushups before for their exercise or whatever. Um but others You know they'll just realize all I have to do is get up and move around for a few minutes And this is going to now give them that sort of data that will push them across the motivation boundary to you to actually go out and make that happen.