I’m not sure this is true in most cases. For instance, if you’re a smoker, you probably know that smoking causes cancer of the tobacco-related lung, breast, and thyroid. I suppose you could argue that your cancer risk is low. However, a number of studies have found that smokers who quit are at significant risk of developing the disease.
The problem is that most smokers who quit are not the ones with the lowest risk of getting lung cancer. In fact, the very risk they are at is what causes them to need to quit in the first place.
Similarly, you could argue that youre not at risk of getting heart disease. You may be at low risk of getting a heart attack with regular exercise, but it is possible that you could be at risk if you become overweight. The risk of developing diabetes is high, and the risk of death is very high, but you are at a low risk of developing diabetes if you exercise regularly.
A couple of things that I do not think are obvious that a lot of people are thinking about. First, if you are a self-proclaimed scientist, you have to put up some good posters on your walls. Second, you have to be careful to avoid being seen as some sort of “scum.” I just think that that’s what people are thinking about right now.
Well, the risk of being fat is high, but the risk of death is very high, so we should be careful about that. And since it’s a risk you can live with, why not? The risk of being overweight is low, so why not? We should be careful about eating a lot of foods that are high in calories and sugar. Why not? It makes no sense.
The risk of being obese is low, so why not We should be careful about eating a lot of foods that are high in calories and sugar? Why not I don’t know, I can’t think of anything else to recommend.
While many of these things are true, they don’t seem to be a direct correlation. They both seem to be something more about how people are wired. So I think we should probably just let risk die.
Why? The risk of being overweight is low, so why not, I dont know, I think I will just eat junk.
In the end, I think you can’t decide what you should do until you don’t do anything.
We have no evidence that any of these things have any actual benefit in any real way. In fact, the only thing that I would consider at least marginally true is that people who eat a lot of junk probably have a higher BMI or waist circumference, but that would be a much weaker correlation.