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Adult obesity prevalence by state and territory using self-reported information from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Hispanics (47.0%) and non-Hispanic blacks (46.8%) had the highest age-adjusted prevalence of obesity, followed by non-Hispanic whites (37.9%) and non-Hispanic Asians. The terms “overweight” and “obesity” refer to body weight that is greater than what is considered normal or healthy for a certain height. Reaching and staying at a healthy weight can be a long-term challenge for people who are overweight or have obesity. Many factors can affect your weight.

Adult Obesity Facts What are the latest statistics on adult obesity in the United States? Defining Adult Overweight and Obesity How is adult obesity measured? Causes and Consequences What contributes to overweight and obesity? What are the health risks? Adult BMI Calculator Use the Adult BMI calculator for adults ages 20 years old and older. Adult Obesity in the United States. Updated September 2018: According to the most recent Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data, adult obesity rates now exceed 35% in seven states, 30% in 29 states and 25% in 48 states. West Virginia has the highest adult obesity rate at 38.1% and Colorado has the lowest at 22.6%.

Overweight and obesity are risk factors for many health problems such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, joint problems, and gallstones, among other conditions. 1,6,7. For more information on the causes and health consequences of overweight and obesity, please visit NIDDK’’s webpages on Understanding Adult Overweight and Obesity. Mar 01, 2019 · Management of Adult Obesity Clinical Practice Guidelines (2019) European Association for the Study of Obesity. This is a quick summary of the guidelines without analysis or commentary. For more information, go directly to the guidelines by clicking the link in the reference.