According to the World Health Organization, as of 2014, the United States (U.S.) average Body Mass Index (BMI) ranked 17th out of more than 200 countries. This means only 16 other countries, of those tested, averaged higher BMIs than the U.S.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention backs up this data reporting nearly 40-percent of the population (about 93 million people) in the U.S. were obese as of 2015-16.
In , men average a BMI of 0.0 and women come in at a BMI of 0.0. The typical weight of men is 0 pounds with women weighing 0 pounds.
The average pounds to lose in is nan pounds. That is nan% lower than the state average of nan pounds and nan% lower than the country average of 59 pounds.
In , the average age of obese men is 47. The average BMI for males is 0.0, approximately nan% lower than female.
In , the average age of obese women is 44. The average BMI for females is 0.0, approximately nan% lower than male.
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