March is National Nutrition Month so how does Detroit stack up against other cities when it comes to obesity?

The personal finance social network WalletHub examined 100 of the most populated cities in the country to see where weight related problems are most prevalent.

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They looked at 12 different areas including the percentage of obese residents and the percentage of inactivity among residents.

Detroit ranked 69th overall.

But when it comes to childhood obesity. “Detroit ranked 90 out of 100 ..,” said WalletHub spokesperson Jill Gonzalez

The city with the greatest number of obese people is Shreveport, Louisiana. While Provo, Utah has the least.

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See the full results of the survey.

Top 10 Metro Areas with the Smallest Weight Problems

1 Provo, UT
2 Colorado Springs, CO
3 San Jose, CA
4 Denver, CO
5 San Francisco, CA
6 Salt Lake City, UT
7 Ogden, UT
8 Honolulu, HI
9 Portland, OR
10 Reno, NV

Top 10 Metro Areas with the Biggest Weight Problems

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91 New Orleans, LA
92 Mobile, AL
93 Columbia, SC
94 El Paso, TX
95 Myrtle Beach, SC
96 Greensboro, NC
97 Greenville, SC
98 Jackson, MS
99 Youngstown, OH
100 Shreveport, LA