On out of every four adults in New York State is obese, according to a national survey released Monday by the feds.
New York came in at 24.5% in figures of the not-so-svelte from 2011 that were compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The study found that more than a third of adults nationwide were obese. Colorado had the lowest rate of obesity, at just under 21%. Mississippi was highest, with nearly 35% of the adult population weighing in as belt-busters. Twelve states had obesity rates highter than 30%.