We're accustomed to seeing Colorado listed as the least obese state.
But in a recently published Gallup report, Colorado has slipped from the top spot.
Which state or states have bypassed Colorado? And where did Colorado land this time around?
Look below to see the photo-illustrated state countdown from most to least obese, supplemented with figures from the Gallup findings.
U.S. obesity rates, from most to least obese Number 50:
Continue to keep counting down the list of most and least obese states. Number 40:
Continue to keep counting down the list of most and least obese states. Number 30:
Continue to keep counting down the list of most and least obese states.
Continue to keep counting down the list of most and least obese states. Number 10:
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More from our News archive circa July 2011: "Obesity rates: Colorado's is the lowest in the nation, making us the skinniest state of all."
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