States With the Most Health-Conscious Residents

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50. Kentucky
> Adults who regularly exercise: 15.3% (the lowest)
> Adults who consume fruits and vegetables: 4.7% (the lowest)
> Commuters who walk or bike to work: 2.3% (13th lowest)
> Fitness and recreation centers: 40.3 per 10,000 establishments (13th lowest)
> Health food stores: 17.6 per 10,000 establishments (6th lowest)

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49. West Virginia
> Adults who regularly exercise: 17.1% (5th lowest)
> Adults who consume fruits and vegetables: 5.2% (3rd lowest)
> Commuters who walk or bike to work: 2.9% (24th highest)
> Fitness and recreation centers: 35.1 per 10,000 establishments (2nd lowest)
> Health food stores: 16.1 per 10,000 establishments (the lowest)

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48. Mississippi
> Adults who regularly exercise: 15.7% (3rd lowest)
> Adults who consume fruits and vegetables: 6.3% (9th lowest)
> Commuters who walk or bike to work: 1.4% (3rd lowest)
> Fitness and recreation centers: 42.6 per 10,000 establishments (17th lowest)
> Health food stores: 16.8 per 10,000 establishments (4th lowest)

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47. Oklahoma
> Adults who regularly exercise: 15.6% (2nd lowest)
> Adults who consume fruits and vegetables: 5.1% (2nd lowest)
> Commuters who walk or bike to work: 1.9% (9th lowest)
> Fitness and recreation centers: 38.2 per 10,000 establishments (7th lowest)
> Health food stores: 16.7 per 10,000 establishments (3rd lowest)

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46. Alabama
> Adults who regularly exercise: 17.6% (6th lowest)
> Adults who consume fruits and vegetables: 5.9% (6th lowest)
> Commuters who walk or bike to work: 1.2% (the lowest)
> Fitness and recreation centers: 43.7 per 10,000 establishments (18th lowest)
> Health food stores: 19.2 per 10,000 establishments (11th lowest)

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