Okay Michiganders, it's time to put the fork down and get on a diet because Michigan just became the 11th fattest state in America.

According to MLive, a recent study compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 29 key metrics including obese and overweight population share, sugary-beverage consumption among adolescents and obesity-related health care costs.

The report also claims that 82.1 million Americans aged 6 and older were completely inactive in 2018. Lack of physical activity is a leading cause of obesity, in addition to genetics, emotional instability and sleeplessness.

I've been trying so hard to keep my weight down and have done a decent job over the last year as I was able to lose nearly 20 pounds. Keeping that weight off is the biggest challenge because I freaking love to eat. My biggest problem isn't necessarily what I eat, it's the amount that I eat. I can't sit and have a piece of pizza, I have to cram at least five pieces down my throat.

Hey, at least we're not Mississippi who are sitting on top as the fattest state in the country.

  1. Mississippi
  2. West Virginia
  3. Kentucky
  4. Tennessee
  5. Alabama
  6. Oklahoma
  7. Louisiana
  8. Arkansas
  9. Delaware
  10. Ohio
  11. Michigan