Figures show Derbyshire is one of the fattest areas in the country, with almost 70 percent of the population registered overweight or obese.
68.3% of people are overweight in the county, which is the 9th highest anywhere in England.
We're also a fatter county than our neighbours in Nottinghamshire; They have 67.6% of people whose waistlines are wider than what doctors recommend.
However our neighbours to the north in Sheffield and South Yorkshire top the table, with 72% of residents being classed as overweight or obese.
Nationally, 40.4 per cent of people are deemed overweight and 24.4 per cent obese.
The top ten ‘fattest’ counties are: 1. South Yorkshire 2. East Yorkshire 3. Lincolnshire 4. Northumberland 5. Durham 6. Merseyside 7.Cornwall 8. Cheshire 9. Derbyshire 10. Shropshire.