I just wanted to point out not trying to brag but according to statistics and nutritional health guidelines I am above average in health compared to my neurotypical canadian peers and adults.
The daily recommendation for the number of steps per day for a healthy adult is 10,000 steps according to my pedometer I meet those requirements basically everyday because fitness really helps ADHD people & is important for me. My Canadian peers only make around 4,700 steps per day so according to physical aspects I am much more healthy than the average Canadian especially since I eat a ton of fruits, vegetables, lentils & beans.
But I know you had no intention of saying that autistic people are unhealthy but I just wanted to point out as someone from the autistic community we don't use that kind of term to say someone is autistic or someone is healthy we say someone is autistic or someone is "neurotypical".
So if your not autistic your neurotypical & we can technically both be healthy physically & spiritually. It just means our brains work differently, we communicate with people differently & we have more imbalances if Extreme strengths & weakness. Call a neurotypical person might be kind of good at some things and kind of bad at others artistic people can be super good at some things and super bad at others.
Anyways just thought I'd share that so for next time you know the word is Neurotypical.