A new Gallup report shows the latest obesity rates across the country.
In Peoria, obesity rates came to nearly 28-percent. Chicago classified nearly 26-percent of their residents as obese.
Metropolitan areas in West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio topped the list with almost 40-percent.
Boulder, Colorado remained the least obese area in the country with only 12.4-percent.
Nationally, the U.S. obesity rate jumped to 27.1-percent in 2013.
And having obese children also takes a toll on your wallet.
Researchers at the Duke Global Health Institute released an estimate of the cost of childhood obesity, totaling $19,000 per child.
Obesity raises the risk for heart disease, type II diabetes and certain cancers.
Roughly one in five children in the U.S. is obese.