March is National Nutrition Month, and with healthy lifestyles and diets in mind, WalletHub has released its findings on the fattest cities in the United States for 2017.

For its research, WalletHub compared 100 of the most populated U.S. metro areas across 17 key indicators of weight-related problems. Some factors included physical inactivity in adults and projected obesity rates by 2030, among many more. Each city received a total score based on the data, as well as a “Obesity & Overweight Rank,” “Weight-Related Health Problems Rank,” and a “Healthy Environment Rank.”

Here is the list of the top 20 fattest cities based on overall score:

 1. Jackson, MS 84.93
 2. Memphis, TN 82.78
 3. Little Rock, AR 82.12
 4. McAllen, TX 82.10
 5. Shreveport, LA 81.82
 6. Chattanooga, TN  79.23
 7. Mobile, AL  78.86
 8. Lafayette, LA  77.03
 9. Winston, NC  76.74
10. Knoxville, TN  76.73
11. Columbia, SC 76.54
12. Greenville, SC 76.34
13. Birmingham, AL  76.03
14. San Antonio, TX  75.80
15. Louisville, KY 75.57
16. Myrtle Beach, SC 75.20
17. Houston, TX 75.05
18. Okla. City, OK 74.83
19. Augusta, GA 74.48
20. Baton Rouge, LA 74.33

Click here for the complete list of 100 fattest cities.