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Are our genes to blame when our jeans don’t fit?

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While the obesity epidemic is a contemporary problem, undoubtedly due to changes in our lifestyle and in the types of food we eat, differences in our genetic make-up mean some of us eat more than others. Obese people are not bad and lazy, they are fighting their biology. Society has to accept this before we can successfully tackle this largest of public health problems.

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