Study: 3 Colo. cities boast smallest percentage of obese residents

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DENVER – Three Colorado cities top a new Gallup Poll list with the smallest percentage of obese residents in the nation.

According to a new Gallup Health Ways Poll Boulder tops the list, with only 12.1 percent of the population being obese.

Also on the top ten list is Fort Collins at number three and Colorado Springs at number  nine.

Around 350,000 U.S. adults gave their height and weight to calculate their body mass index. Any body mass index at 30 or higher was considered obese.

The cities listed as the most obese were Mcallen, Texas and Binghamton, New York.

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