2011 State-by-State Obesity Rankings: How Did Your State Do?
The 2011 state-by-state obesity rankings are out. Can you guess what the fattest and healthiest states are?

Mississippi is the fattest, with over 34.4% of the population being obese. Colorado is the healthiest coming in at 19.8%.

Compared to last year's report, rates increased in 16 states and not one state showed any decline. (Not good!)

Where did your state come in? What do you think about the list?

Here's the list:

1. Mississippi (34.4%)
2. Alabama (32.3%)
3. West Virginia (32.2%)
4. Tennessee (31.9%)
5. Louisiana (31.6%)
6. Kentucky (31.5%)
7. Oklahoma (31.4%)
8. South Carolina (30.9%)
9. Arkansas (30.6%)
10. Michigan (30.5%)
11. Missouri (30.3%)
12. Texas (30.1%)
13. Ohio (29.6%)
14. North Carolina (29.4%)
15. Indiana (29.1%)
16. Kansas (29%);
17. (tie) Georgia (28.7%); and South Dakota (28.7%)
19. Pennsylvania (28.5%)
20. Iowa (28.1%)
21. (tie) Delaware (28%); and North Dakota (28%)
23. Illinois (27.7%)
24. Nebraska (27.6%)
25. Wisconsin (27.4%)
26. Maryland (27.1%)
27. Maine (26.5%)
28. Washington (26.4%)
29. Florida (26.1%)
30. (tie) Alaska (25.9%); and Virginia (25.9%)
32. Idaho (25.7%)
33. (tie) New Hampshire (25.6%); and New Mexico (25.6%)
35. (tie) Arizona (25.4%); Oregon (25.4%) and Wyoming (25.4%)
38. Minnesota (25.3%)
39. Nevada (25.0%)
40. California (24.8%)
41. New York (24.7%)
42. Rhode Island (24.3%)
43. New Jersey (24.1%)
44. Montana (23.8%)
45. Vermont (23.5%)
46. Utah (23.4%)
47. Hawaii (23.1%)
48. Massachusetts (22.3%);
49. Connecticut (21.8%)
50. District of Columbia (21.7%)
51. Colorado (19.8%).

Source: Trust for America's Health; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
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