Let’s look at this as a vicious then a virtuous cycle.
Viciously: You’re not working out, which in turn doesn’t help your hormones. Without proper hormones your sleep is disrupted. Poor sleep leads to foggy thinking and a poor mood. These in turn tend to lead to poor dietary choices, which in turn can cause leaky gut or dysbiosis. Your body tries to detox, through the skin (like psoriasis, acne) or the bowels (constipation, diarrhea). Because of these symptoms you take some drugs, which may have side effects of fatiguing you further, so you don’t have energy to workout…
Virtuously: You do some strength training which positively affects the sex hormones and regulates the stress hormones. This helps you have deep, restful sleep, so that when you wake up you feel energized, ready to conquer the day. Feeling that way you make good dietary choices which even help to improve your gut health. With your gut in good shape you can easily handle the toxic load from the environment, and you still take some supplements to support that and your energy. Feeling great, you have energy to workout…
This is just a couple examples. We could input other healthy systems parts and show how they all interact. Start anywhere, end anywhere.
Remember that these are in the spiral of time, and thus they compound.
Like compound interest is the "8th wonder of the world," are you having this compounding work FOR you or AGAINST you?
One meal, one workout, one night of sleep don't matter so much. But one hundred meals, one hundred workouts, one hundred nights of sleep do.