Obesity Skyrocketing in Most States, New CDC Data Reveals

Fatties are now the norm.

I don’t really care if they all die. However, it’s become a serious problem for men trying to find a mate! No one wants a fatty (except actually maybe blacks prefer it, that’s never been totally clear to me)!

Fatties are a drain on society. But we must ask: why does the government that cares so much about our health that they forced us to take an experimental gene therapy to prevent the flu not do something about fatness???

Maybe we should have “fatty lockdowns”?

New York Post:

Obesity is becoming more prevalent in a growing number of states, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The information shows that in 22 states in 2022 at least 35% of adults were obese — an increase from 19 states in 2021.

The CDC noted that 10 years ago, there were no states that had an adult obesity prevalence at or above 35%.

The data is from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, an interview survey conducted by the CDC and state health departments.

Survey participants were considered to have obesity if their body mass index was at least 30.

Obesity was most common in Louisiana, Oklahoma and West Virginia, where more than 40% of adults were obese.

The rest of the 22 states that had an adult obesity prevalence at or above 35% include Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin.

The 2022 Adult Obesity Prevalence Maps indicate that some groups are more affected by obesity than others, with “notable differences” by race and ethnicity.

At least 35% of American Indian or Alaska Native adults had obesity in 33 states, and the same for black adults in 38 states, Hispanic adults in 32 states and white adults in 14 states.

Obesity rates for Asian adults did not exceed 35% in any state.

Asians are probably more adapted to high carbs.

However, Asians also just seem to care more.

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