It’s no secret that Americans love to eat. We invented the “super-sized” meal, the “Fourthmeal” and even the “food within a food on a stick.”
This love of freedom to eat has come with a great price. The latest Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Indexshows that the fattest city in America, McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas, spends up to $400 million a year in unnecessary health care costs. Thankfully, Buffalo didn't even make the top 50 coming in at a relatively healthy 24 percent obesity rate. Suck on that Burrito, Baltimore!