Everything is bigger in Texas, and that goes for the waistlines too.
Here's where the Texas cities ranked as well as their "grade":
Men's Health explains the rankings:
To arrive at our rankings, we calculated the percentage of people who are overweight, the percentage with type 2 diabetes, the percentage who haven't left the couch in a month (CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System); the money spent on junk food (Bureau of Labor Statistics); and finally, the number of people who ate fast food nine or more times in a month (Mediamark Research).
Men's Health did give the Lone Star State props for trying to fight the battle of the bulge with a bill that would require chain restaurants to list nutrition information, especially the calorie count, on their menus.