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"Genes are about 40 percent and the rest is nurture. A lot of it is eating habits and exercise. Genes give you a basic constitution and propensity for things like exercise, but how you're raised is how you decide what is good for eating."

Sue Crommelin, Norfolk, Va., Episcopal priest
(white female, blond hair)

"Genes are about 40 percent and the rest is nurture. A lot of it is eating habits and exercise. Genes give you a basic constitution and propensity for things like exercise, but how you're raised is how you decide what is good for eating." Sue Crommelin, Norfolk, Va., Episcopal priest (white female, blond hair)

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