Obesity rates are holding steady, which experts say isn't great but it's better than an increase.
The latest statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show about two-thirds of the adult population is overweight or obese.
One out of three kids and teens is overweight or obese. Those numbers haven't changed since 2003.
However, researchers did note a 40-percent drop in obese children between the ages of two and five, which they say could be a result of healthier menus at child care facilities.
Experts say we are making progress in the battle against obesity but it needs to remain a public health priority.
The study also found a nearly 10-percent increase in obesity among women over age 60.