How fit -- or fat -- is your state?
According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every state in the nation had an obesity rate above 20 percent in 2017, and seven states topped 35 percent.
But some states are more obese than others. Where does your state rank? We'll start with states with the smallest population of obese adults...
Colorado has the lowest adult obesity rate in the country, at 22.6 percent. Denver is also one of the fittest cities in the country, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.
Obesity is defined as having a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 or more.
As recently as 1995, not a single state in the U.S. had an obesity rate above 19 percent.
50. Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C., has the second-lowest adult obesity rate in the nation, at 23.0 percent. It was also the fittest city in the country in 2015, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.
Hawaii has the third-lowest adult obesity rate in the country, at 23.8 percent.
California has an obesity rate of 25.1 percent, a slight increase in 2017.
Three of the top five fittest metro areas in the country are also located in the state, according to the American College of Sports Medicine: San Diego-Carlsbad; San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward; and Sacramento-Roseville-Arden-Arcade.
46 (tie). Montana
Montana has an obesity rate of 25.3 percent.
46 (tie). Utah
Utah's obesity rate is 25.3 percent. The diabetes rate in the state is 7.8 percent (compared to 9.9 percent for the U.S. overall).
Massachusetts has an obesity rate of 25.9 percent.
Vermont's obesity rate is 27.6 percent, a nearly 3-point increase from 2014 to 2017.
43. New York
New York's obesity rate is 25.7 percent.
The obesity rate in Nevada is 26.7 percent.
Connecticut's obesity rate is 26.9 percent.
40. New Jersey
New Jersey has an obesity rate of 27.3 percent.
Washington state has an obesity rate of 27.7 percent.
Seattle is the eighth-fittest city in the country, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.
38. New Hampshire
New Hampshire's obesity rate is 28.1 percent. It has increased substantially from 9.9 percent in 1990.
35 (tie). Minnesota
Minnesota's obesity rate is 28.4 percent. It ticked upwards in 2016 and 2017, after decreasing between 2014 and 2015.
35 (tie). Florida
Florida's obesity rate is 28.4 percent.
35 (tie). New Mexico
New Mexico's obesity rate is also 28.4 percent.
Wyoming has an obesity rate of 28.8 percent.
Maine's obesity rate is 29.1 percent.
31 (tie). Idaho
Idaho has an obesity rate of 29.3 percent.
31 (tie). Ohio
Ohio tied Idaho, with an obesity rate of 29.3 percent.
Oregon's obesity rate is 29.4 percent.
But Portland was the seventh-fittest city in the country in 2015, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.
Arizona's obesity rate is 29.5 percent.
28. Rhode Island
Rhode Island has an obesity rate of 30 percent.
Here, 100-year-old Samuel Bender works out at a Rhode Island retirement community that boasted six centenarians in 2016.
Virginia's obesity rate is 30.1 percent.
The obesity rate in Illinois is 31.1 percent.
Maryland has an obesity rate of 31.3 percent.
23 (tie). Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania's obesity rate is 31.6 percent.
23 (tie). Georgia
Georgia's obesity rate is also 31.6 percent.
Delaware's obesity rate is 31.8 percent.
21. South Dakota
South Dakota has an obesity rate of 31.9 percent.
Wisconsin has an obesity rate of 32 percent.
19. North Carolina
North Carolina has an obesity rate of 32.1 percent.
The obesity rate in Michigan is 32.3 percent.
The obesity rate in Kansas is 32.4 percent.
Missouri's obesity rate is 32.5 percent.
14 (tie). Nebraska
Nebraska's obesity rate is 32.8 percent.
14 (tie). Tennessee
Tennessee's obesity rate is tied with Nebraska's at 32.8 percent.
The obesity rate in Texas is 33 percent.
12. North Dakota
North Dakota's obesity rate is 33.2 percent.
Indiana's obesity rate is 33.6 percent.
10. South Carolina
The obesity rate in South Carolina is 34.1 percent.
Alaska has an obesity rate of 34.2 percent.
The obesity rate in Kentucky is 34.3 percent.
The obesity rate in Arkansas is 35 percent. It's one of just seven states in the country where at least 35 percent of adults are obese.
Louisiana's obesity rate, once the highest in the country, is a still-hefty 36.2 percent.
Alabama's obesity rate is 36.3 percent.
Iowa has an obesity rate of 36.4 percent.
Oklahoma's obesity rate is 36.5 percent.
Mississippi's obesity rate is America's second-highest, at 37.3 percent.
1. West Virginia
In 2017, West Virginia had the highest obesity rate in the country, at 38.1 percent.
The state also has one of the highest diabetes rates in the country.