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Unfortunately, it seems to be an unfounded suggestion having no actual evidence to back it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites with an article on this subject also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how they indicate temperament and other personality traits (e.g. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage). I'm extremely sceptical of this assertion, and also cannot find studies to confirm or deny this. However, there are several other questions about physiognomy on this site that are generally discredited (e.g. http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/14064/is-face-reading-accurate/14067#14067Is "face reading" accurate?).

In conclusion, there seems to be a lack of research regarding your particular question (unless someone else can find something), so it's impossible for me to say whether or not its implied claim is accurate.

EDIT: In relation to Suma's comment, there may be some basis to the claim — though not to anywhere near the extent implied by the image. The second comment does seem to suggest that you cannot deduce someone's heritage from this trait; it's just a genetic thing, like eye and hair colour.

Unfortunately, it seems to be an unfounded suggestion having no actual evidence to back it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites with an article on this subject also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how they indicate temperament and other personality traits (e.g. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage). I'm extremely sceptical of this assertion, and also cannot find studies to confirm or deny this. However, there are several other questions about physiognomy on this site that are generally discredited (e.g. http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/14064/is-face-reading-accurate/14067#14067).

In conclusion, there seems to be a lack of research regarding your particular question (unless someone else can find something), so it's impossible for me to say whether or not its implied claim is accurate.

EDIT: In relation to Suma's comment, there may be some basis to the claim — though not to anywhere near the extent implied by the image. The second comment does seem to suggest that you cannot deduce someone's heritage from this trait; it's just a genetic thing, like eye and hair colour.

Unfortunately, it seems to be an unfounded suggestion having no actual evidence to back it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites with an article on this subject also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how they indicate temperament and other personality traits (e.g. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage). I'm extremely sceptical of this assertion, and also cannot find studies to confirm or deny this. However, there are several other questions about physiognomy on this site that are generally discredited (e.g. Is "face reading" accurate?).

In conclusion, there seems to be a lack of research regarding your particular question (unless someone else can find something), so it's impossible for me to say whether or not its implied claim is accurate.

EDIT: In relation to Suma's comment, there may be some basis to the claim — though not to anywhere near the extent implied by the image. The second comment does seem to suggest that you cannot deduce someone's heritage from this trait; it's just a genetic thing, like eye and hair colour.

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Unfortunately, it seems to be an unfounded withsuggestion having no actual evidence backingto back it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites that havewith an article on this subject also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how it indicatesthey indicate temperament and other personality traits (e.g. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage). I'm extremely sceptical of this assertion, and furtheralso cannot find studies to confirm or deny this however. However, there are several other questions about physiognomy on this site about physiognomy and theythat are generally dis-createddiscredited (e.g. http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/14064/is-face-reading-accurate/14067#14067).

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Unfortunately it seems to be unfounded with no actual evidence backing it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites that have an article also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how it indicates temperament and other personality traits. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage I'm extremely sceptical of this and further cannot find studies to confirm or deny this however there are several other questions on this site about physiognomy and they are generally dis-created. http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/14064/is-face-reading-accurate/14067#14067

In conclusion it seems that there is a lack of research (unless some else can find something) into your particular question so it's impossible for me to say whether or not it is true.

EDIT in relation to Suma's comment there may be some basis to the claim though not anywhere near the extent as implied by the image. The second comment does seem to suggest that you cannot deduce heritage by it, it's just a genetic thing like eye and hair colour.

Unfortunately, it seems to be an unfounded suggestion having no actual evidence to back it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites with an article on this subject also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how they indicate temperament and other personality traits (e.g. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage). I'm extremely sceptical of this assertion, and also cannot find studies to confirm or deny this. However, there are several other questions about physiognomy on this site that are generally discredited (e.g. http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/14064/is-face-reading-accurate/14067#14067).

In conclusion, there seems to be a lack of research regarding your particular question (unless someone else can find something), so it's impossible for me to say whether or not its implied claim is accurate.

EDIT: In relation to Suma's comment, there may be some basis to the claim though not to anywhere near the extent implied by the image. The second comment does seem to suggest that you cannot deduce someone's heritage from this trait; it's just a genetic thing, like eye and hair colour.

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Unfortunately it seems to be unfounded with no actual evidence backing it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites that have an article also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how it indicates temperament and other personality traits. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage I'm extremely sceptical of this and further cannot find studies to confirm or deny this however there are several other questions on this site about physiognomy and they are generally dis-created. http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/14064/is-face-reading-accurate/14067#14067

In conclusion it seems that there is a lack of research (unless some else can find something) into your particular question so it's impossible for me to say whether or not it is true.

EDIT in relation to Suma's comment there may be some basis to the claim though not anywhere near the extent as implied by the image. The second comment does seem to suggest that you cannot deductdeduce heritage by it, it's just a genetic thing like eye and hair colour.

Unfortunately it seems to be unfounded with no actual evidence backing it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites that have an article also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how it indicates temperament and other personality traits. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage I'm extremely sceptical of this and further cannot find studies to confirm or deny this however there are several other questions on this site about physiognomy and they are generally dis-created. http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/14064/is-face-reading-accurate/14067#14067

In conclusion it seems that there is a lack of research (unless some else can find something) into your particular question so it's impossible for me to say whether or not it is true.

EDIT in relation to Suma's comment there may be some basis to the claim though not anywhere near the extent as implied by the image. The second comment does seem to suggest that you cannot deduct heritage by it, it's just a genetic thing like eye and hair colour.

Unfortunately it seems to be unfounded with no actual evidence backing it up, just unsubstantiated claims. I can't find any empirical evidence for or against it though.

Note that most of the sites that have an article also make other claims about what your feet say about you, like how it indicates temperament and other personality traits. http://amazingbeautifulworld.net/interesting-facts/5-feet-shapes-really-indicate-rootsheritage I'm extremely sceptical of this and further cannot find studies to confirm or deny this however there are several other questions on this site about physiognomy and they are generally dis-created. http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/14064/is-face-reading-accurate/14067#14067

In conclusion it seems that there is a lack of research (unless some else can find something) into your particular question so it's impossible for me to say whether or not it is true.

EDIT in relation to Suma's comment there may be some basis to the claim though not anywhere near the extent as implied by the image. The second comment does seem to suggest that you cannot deduce heritage by it, it's just a genetic thing like eye and hair colour.

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