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As the nations thirty third biggest state and, the sixth most inhabited, Pennsylvania has a significant obesity rates. The state's four most inhabited cities of Philadelphia (also called City of Brotherly Love), Pittsburgh, Allentown, and Erie are no exception to the obesity or being overweight!

In fact, the big cities have a significantly higher proportion of the obese due to the minority populations being higher in the inner cities where obesity tends to be worse. In this article, we will review the causes, consequences, treatment options, locations, insurances and all relevant weight loss issues that people in Pennsylvania face on a regular basis when trying to lose weight.

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Obesity trends

According to the CDC, up to 70 percent of the population are either overweight or obese. WikiMD brings the latest science and art of treating obesity moderated by a Weight loss doctor

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  • 65.0% were overweight, with a Body Mass Index of twenty five plus
  • 28.6% were corpulent, with a Body Mass Index of thirty plus

Physical Activity levels in Pennsylvania

  • 44.3% of adults achieved at least 300 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity or 150 minutes a week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity(or an equivalent combination).
  • 25.7% of Pennsylvania’s adults reported that during the past month, they had not participated in any physical activity.

Dietary habits of Pennsylvanians

  • 35.5% of adults reported having consumed fruits at the recommended level of 2 or more times per day.
  • 25.1% of adults reported having consumed vegetables at the recommended level of 3 or more times per day

Childhood obesity in Pennsylvania

Children and Adolescent Overweight and fat statistics Pennsylvania

Among Pennsylvania’s adolescents in grades nine through twelve two

  • 15.9% were overweight (≥ eighty fifth and < ninety fifth percentiles for BMI by age and sex)
  • 11.8% were corpulent (≥95th mark BMI by age and sex)

Unhealthy Dietary Behaviors of Pennsyvlanians

  • Fruit consumption: 68.8% ate fruits or drank 100% fruit juice less than 2 times per day during the 7 days before the survey (100% fruit juice or fruit).
  • Vegetable consumption: 86.3% ate vegetables less than 3 times per day during the 7 days before the survey(green salad;potatoes, excluding French fries, fried potatoes, or potato chips; carrots; or other vegetables).
  • Sugar-sweetened beverage consumption: 25.7% drank a can, bottle, or glass of soda or pop (not including diet soda or diet pop) at least one time per day during the 7 days before the survey.

Physical Activity in Adolescents Pennsylvania

  • Achieved recommended level of activity: Only 27.7% were physically active for a total of at least 60 minutes per day on each of the 7 days prior to the survey.
  • Participated in daily physical education: 20.9% of adolescents attended daily physical education classes in an average week (when they were in school).

Physical Inactivity in adolescents in Pennsyvlania

No activity

  • 13.1% did not participate in at least 60 minutes of physical activity on any day during the 7 days prior to the survey.
  • Television viewing time: 30.8% watched television 3 or more hours per day on an average school day.
  • 41.4% did not sell less nutritious foods and beverages anywhere outside the school food service program.
  • 17.9% always offered fruits or non-fried vegetables in vending machines and school stores, canteens, or snack bars, and during celebrations whenever foods and beverages were offered.

Early childhood obesity Pennsylvania

Among Pennsylvania’s children aged 2 years to less than 5 years

  • 14.9% were overweight (85th to < 95th percentile BMI-for-Age).
  • 12.0% were obese (≥ 95th percentile BMI-for-Age).

Adult Obesity by county in Pennsylvania

Obesity and overweight status in Pennsylvania in 2010 - Data from CDC

State County Obesity percent (men) Age-adjusted obesity percent (men) Percent obesity (women) Age-adjusted percent (women)
Pennsylvania Adams County Obesity 29.1 28.7 27.5 26.7
Pennsylvania Allegheny County Obesity 29 28.6 25.8 25.2
Pennsylvania Armstrong County Obesity 32.3 31.9 29.6 28.9
Pennsylvania Beaver County Obesity 30.4 30.1 29.8 29
Pennsylvania Bedford County Obesity 33.9 33.9 32.8 32.1
Pennsylvania Berks County Obesity 28.6 28.2 26.8 26.1
Pennsylvania Blair County Obesity 33.7 33.2 33.1 32.3
Pennsylvania Bradford County Obesity 35.3 35.3 34.4 33.8
Pennsylvania Bucks County Obesity 27 26.5 24.5 23.6
Pennsylvania Butler County Obesity 30.4 30.2 27.9 26.9
Pennsylvania Cambria County Obesity 37.2 37 35.3 34.7
Pennsylvania Cameron County Obesity 30.3 30 28 26.8
Pennsylvania Carbon County Obesity 33.1 32.9 31.4 30.5
Pennsylvania Centre County Obesity 25.7 26 24.5 24.8
Pennsylvania Chester County Obesity 23.6 23.2 20.9 20.2
Pennsylvania Clarion County Obesity 32.8 32.8 30.7 30.4
Pennsylvania Clearfield County Obesity 30.2 29.9 28.3 27.3
Pennsylvania Clinton County Obesity 32.3 32.3 30.7 30.3
Pennsylvania Columbia County Obesity 33.6 33.6 33 32.8
Pennsylvania Crawford County Obesity 29.9 29.5 29.8 29
Pennsylvania Cumberland County Obesity 27.1 26.7 24 23.3
Pennsylvania Dauphin County Obesity 31.8 31.6 32.5 32
Pennsylvania Delaware County Obesity 27.9 27.7 28.1 27.6
Pennsylvania Elk County Obesity 32.2 31.9 30.2 29.5
Pennsylvania Erie County Obesity 28.6 28.5 28.1 27.6
Pennsylvania Fayette County Obesity 35.3 35.1 33.8 33.5
Pennsylvania Forest County Obesity 32.8 32.8 31.9 30.8
Pennsylvania Franklin County Obesity 33.1 33 31.8 31.1
Pennsylvania Fulton County Obesity 31.5 31.3 30.1 29.3
Pennsylvania Greene County Obesity 31.6 31.3 29.8 29
Pennsylvania Huntingdon County Obesity 30.3 30.1 28.2 27.5
Pennsylvania Indiana County Obesity 30.4 30.2 29.1 28.7
Pennsylvania Jefferson County Obesity 30.3 30.2 28.2 27.3
Pennsylvania Juniata County Obesity 31.6 31.3 29.9 29.2
Pennsylvania Lackawanna County Obesity 26.5 26.2 23.5 22.7
Pennsylvania Lancaster County Obesity 28 27.8 28.5 28
Pennsylvania Lawrence County Obesity 29.2 28.8 27.4 26.9
Pennsylvania Lebanon County Obesity 33.5 33.2 30.7 30.1
Pennsylvania Lehigh County Obesity 28.9 28.7 27 26.5
Pennsylvania Luzerne County Obesity 31.4 31.1 28.3 27.6
Pennsylvania Lycoming County Obesity 31.6 31 31 30.3
Pennsylvania McKean County Obesity 32.9 32.8 30.8 30.3
Pennsylvania Mercer County Obesity 31.5 31.4 30.2 29.6
Pennsylvania Mifflin County Obesity 31.7 31.5 28.8 28.2
Pennsylvania Monroe County Obesity 28.4 27.9 28 27.1
Pennsylvania Montgomery County Obesity 25.5 25.1 22.6 21.9
Pennsylvania Montour County Obesity 31.2 30.9 29.3 28.5
Pennsylvania Northampton County Obesity 29.8 29.6 28.2 27.4
Pennsylvania Northumberland County Obesity 34.7 34.6 33.8 33.5
Pennsylvania Perry County Obesity 31.4 31 30.1 29.2
Pennsylvania Philadelphia County Obesity 27.5 27.4 33.2 33.1
Pennsylvania Pike County Obesity 31.5 31.3 30.9 29.7
Pennsylvania Potter County Obesity 32.1 31.8 31 30.1
Pennsylvania Schuylkill County Obesity 34 34 32 31.3
Pennsylvania Snyder County Obesity 33.8 33.6 33.3 32.5
Pennsylvania Somerset County Obesity 31.7 31.3 30.8 30
Pennsylvania Sullivan County Obesity 32.7 32.7 31.7 30.6
Pennsylvania Susquehanna County Obesity 33.1 32.9 31.9 30.9
Pennsylvania Tioga County Obesity 33 33 31.3 30.7
Pennsylvania Union County Obesity 29.7 29.6 29.1 28.5
Pennsylvania Venango County Obesity 32.7 32.3 31.3 30.2
Pennsylvania Warren County Obesity 31.6 31.4 30.7 29.9
Pennsylvania Washington County Obesity 29.5 29.2 26.1 25.4
Pennsylvania Wayne County Obesity 29.9 29.5 28 26.6
Pennsylvania Westmoreland County Obesity 30.3 30 26.5 25.6
Pennsylvania Wyoming County Obesity 32.7 32.5 31.6 30.9
Pennsylvania York County Obesity 34.1 33.9 31.7 31

Source: Wiki Adapted from data from Centers for Disease Control, CDC Obesity Pennsylvania.

Causes of weight gain in Pennsylvania

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The top causes of weight gain in Pennsylvania include the following:

  • Insulin resistance - use this free w8md medical weight loss centers of America's tool to check if you might be insulin resistant that causes your weight gain, especially in the tummy!
  • Eating disorders are a common cause of weight gain in Pennsylvania and other parts of the United States
  • Sleep disorders and weight gain are bidirectionally related where sleep problems lead to weight gain and weight gain in turn leads to sleep problems.
  • Nutritional deficiencies are an important cause of weight gain in Pennsylvania.
  • Genetic factors for excess weight gain

Weight loss options in Pennsylvania

In order to lose weight, understand the proven options to lose weight in Pennsylvania including the following.

  • Low calorie diet (LCD), or Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD)
  • Physical activity for weight loss which only works in combination with diet as exercise on its own is shown to be pretty useless for weight loss since exercise stimulates appetite and builds heavier muscle tissue thereby negating any weight loss with calories burned. However, a combination of low calorie diet and exercise, or diet alone would work for weight loss but not exercise alone.
  • Surgical options for weight loss such as the gastric bypass surgery can be an option for some to lose weight in Pennsylvania although most might regain the weight even after surgery and a behavior weight loss program is still needed for long term weight loss success in Pennsylvania.

Epidemic of type 2 diabetes in Pennsylvania

The incidence of type 2 diabetes has gone up as much as 500 percent in Pennsylvania as in the rest of the United States. This shows the underlying cause of obesity is in fact insulin resistance which was traditionally misunderstood and thought to be a result of obesity but new evidence shows that it is the underlying insulin resistance that affects up to 71 percent of the population that leads to metabolic starvation leading to overeating and further weight gain.

Type 2 diabetes in Pennsylvania

State FIPS Code County Number of New Cases of Diabetes Age-adjusted Rate per 1000 Age-adjusted Lower Confidence Limit Age-adjusted Upper Confidence Limit Age-adjusted Obesity Percent
Pennsylvania 42001 Adams County 784 10.7 7.4 14.6 26.1
Pennsylvania 42003 Allegheny County 8760 9.6 7.8 11.6 28.4
Pennsylvania 42005 Armstrong County 545 10.2 6.9 14.7 33.9
Pennsylvania 42007 Beaver County 1475 11.2 8.1 14.9 31.1
Pennsylvania 42009 Bedford County 426 11.4 7.7 16.2 29.5
Pennsylvania 42011 Berks County 2704 9.5 7.0 12.8 29.0
Pennsylvania 42013 Blair County 1024 10.9 7.8 15.1 31.9
Pennsylvania 42015 Bradford County 444 9.6 6.9 13.5 34.0
Pennsylvania 42017 Bucks County 4165 9.0 6.9 11.8 23.9
Pennsylvania 42019 Butler County 1338 10.0 7.1 13.5 26.5
Pennsylvania 42021 Cambria County 1578 14.8 10.9 20.2 36.3
Pennsylvania 42023 Cameron County 43 10.6 6.7 16.1 28.8
Pennsylvania 42025 Carbon County 540 11.3 8.0 15.4 29.7
Pennsylvania 42027 Centre County 943 9.8 7.1 13.2 26.8
Pennsylvania 42029 Chester County 2999 8.6 6.3 11.3 20.8
Pennsylvania 42031 Clarion County 343 12.1 8.0 17.3 32.4
Pennsylvania 42033 Clearfield County 684 11.0 7.7 15.3 29.1
Pennsylvania 42035 Clinton County 254 9.5 6.3 13.7 31.9
Pennsylvania 42037 Columbia County 501 10.6 7.4 14.9 35.7
Pennsylvania 42039 Crawford County 802 12.6 9.1 17.4 28.6
Pennsylvania 42041 Cumberland County 1815 10.8 7.9 14.2 27.2
Pennsylvania 42043 Dauphin County 2020 11.0 8.3 14.4 31.9
Pennsylvania 42045 Delaware County 4063 10.5 8.0 13.5 26.5
Pennsylvania 42047 Elk County 279 11.4 7.7 16.4 31.5
Pennsylvania 42049 Erie County 2074 10.4 7.8 13.5 29.4
Pennsylvania 42051 Fayette County 1481 14.3 11.4 17.8 35.2
Pennsylvania 42053 Forest County 62 12.3 7.9 17.8 31.7
Pennsylvania 42055 Franklin County 1062 10.1 7.3 13.7 31.1
Pennsylvania 42057 Fulton County 117 10.7 7.1 15.6 29.7
Pennsylvania 42059 Greene County 313 10.9 7.3 15.7 28.0
Pennsylvania 42061 Huntingdon County 371 11.1 7.5 15.7 30.6
Pennsylvania 42063 Indiana County 638 10.1 7.0 13.9 29.3
Pennsylvania 42065 Jefferson County 440 13.4 8.8 19.0 29.5
Pennsylvania 42067 Juniata County 191 11.4 7.6 17.0 30.4
Pennsylvania 42069 Lackawanna County 1500 9.5 6.9 12.9 25.6
Pennsylvania 42071 Lancaster County 3359 9.5 7.1 12.6 29.3
Pennsylvania 42073 Lawrence County 779 11.5 8.3 15.6 29.6
Pennsylvania 42075 Lebanon County 1059 11.1 7.6 15.3 30.7
Pennsylvania 42077 Lehigh County 2731 11.3 8.5 14.7 28.9
Pennsylvania 42079 Luzerne County 2484 10.5 8.5 13.2 29.7
Pennsylvania 42081 Lycoming County 877 10.1 7.3 13.5 30.1
Pennsylvania 42083 McKean County 345 10.9 7.5 15.4 32.2
Pennsylvania 42085 Mercer County 1057 12.4 9.2 16.3 29.8
Pennsylvania 42087 Mifflin County 381 11.3 7.7 16.5 30.6
Pennsylvania 42089 Monroe County 1237 10.6 7.5 14.5 29.2
Pennsylvania 42091 Montgomery County 4835 8.4 6.5 10.6 25.0
Pennsylvania 42093 Montour County 153 11.4 7.7 16.7 29.2
Pennsylvania 42095 Northampton County 1749 7.9 5.8 10.4 29.7
Pennsylvania 42097 Northumberland County 674 9.5 6.7 13.0 31.7
Pennsylvania 42099 Perry County 393 12.3 8.3 17.1 31.3
Pennsylvania 42101 Philadelphia County 11793 11.9 9.9 14.2 31.4
Pennsylvania 42103 Pike County 491 10.9 7.3 15.4 30.8
Pennsylvania 42105 Potter County 139 10.9 7.5 15.3 30.5
Pennsylvania 42107 Schuylkill County 1185 10.6 7.4 14.6 31.8
Pennsylvania 42109 Snyder County 326 12.2 8.4 17.0 31.3
Pennsylvania 42111 Somerset County 649 10.9 7.4 15.4 31.4
Pennsylvania 42113 Sullivan County 56 11.2 7.1 16.5 33.6
Pennsylvania 42115 Susquehanna County 370 12.1 8.2 17.0 26.8
Pennsylvania 42117 Tioga County 315 10.1 7.9 12.7 31.5
Pennsylvania 42119 Union County 333 10.9 7.5 15.1 30.2
Pennsylvania 42121 Venango County 392 9.3 6.3 13.0 31.4
Pennsylvania 42123 Warren County 360 11.6 7.8 16.8 28.3
Pennsylvania 42125 Washington County 1747 11.1 8.3 14.6 29.0
Pennsylvania 42127 Wayne County 427 10.6 7.0 15.1 27.4
Pennsylvania 42129 Westmoreland County 2896 10.2 7.7 13.4 28.0
Pennsylvania 42131 Wyoming County 205 10.0 6.5 14.6 30.4
Pennsylvania 42133 York County 3195 10.5 7.9 14.0 31.6

Childhood obesity in Pennsylvania

32.6% of young kids in grades K-6 and 34.1% of young kids in degrees 7-12 are described as being overweight or obese.

Obese young kids are more expected to have–

Obese young kids are more expected to become obese adults with potential for other serious wellbeing conditions - heart infection, diabetes, and some cancers.

Roughly 36.6% of PA adults (18+) are advised overweight vs. 36.2% nationally. About 29.2% are obese vs. 27.6 % nationally.

Cost of obesity in Pennsylvania

Obesity-related conditions include coronary artery disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain kinds of cancerous diseaseous disease CDC 2008 – approximated health charges affiliated with obesity $147 billion; Average Cost $1,429 higher for persons who are obese

Health Disparities in Pennsylvania

There are important racial and ethnic disparities in obesity prevalence amidst U.S. children and adolescents. In 2007—2008, Hispanic young men, aged 2 to 19 years, were considerably more expected to be obese than non-Hispanic white young men, and non-Hispanic black young women were considerably more expected to be obese than non-Hispanic white girls.

  • In Pennsylvania, non-Hispanic blacks have the highest rates of obesity (approx 41%;), Hispanics (approx 34%), and non-Hispanic whites (29%)
  • Nationally, non-Hispanic blacks have the highest rates of obesity (44.1%), Hispanics (37.9%) and non-Hispanic whites (32.6%)

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Diet for weight loss in Pennsylvania

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Exercises for weight loss in Pennsylvania

Although exercise is important for losing weight fast in Pennsylvania, it is important to understand it only works if used in combination with a reduced calorie diet for weight loss. Research shows that for weight loss, exercise alone is not a very useful tool for weight loss as exercise has a stimulating effect on weight loss, and it builds heavier muscle thereby compensating for any weight loss with burning of calories with exercise. Understand the role of exercise for weight loss in this youtube video from 52 weeks of weight loss and wellness video series.

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