How much control would you say we have over our health?

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I know this is a very vague question that depends on a lot of factors but I was thinking about the control we have over our health and how much control we actually have. For example if someone had lupus (autoimmune disease) but trained regular in running/weights and were very physically fit, would they be classed as healthier than someone who had no disease but who rarely exercised and drank a lot. Does keeping physically fit even help autoimmune illness since the immune system can attack anything and basically can do what it wants to. So will healthy lifestyle even benefit much? How much control do we really have over our health

I dont know what do you think? What does health mean to you being disease free or being physically fit?
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http://www.nhs.uk/news/2014/05May/Pa...avoidable.aspx
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