Jon Stewart of The Daily Show often does a quality job of pointing out the shortcomings of the media and government, so the comedian knew to take jabs at a new obesity report.

America's only growth industry is growth, said Stewart. He then cited Wendy's fat-filled Baconator: We weaponized our food.

This week, Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, M.D., M.B.A., president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Jeffrey Levi, Ph.D., executive director of the Trust for America's Health, issued a reporter that showed the problem is rather widespread.

Two-thirds of adults and nearly one-third of children and teens are currently obese or overweight, putting them at increased risk for more than 20 major diseases, including type 2 diabetes and heart disease, said the report. 

Colorado has the lowest obesity rate at 19.8 percent of adults, and Mississippi has the highest at 34.4 percent.

Perhaps in a surprise, west coast states California, Oregon, and Washington had percentages in the mid 20s, and were not far off farming states like Nebraska, Iowa, and Wisconsin.

Here's a look at the adult obesity rates of all 50 States, and Washington, D.C.

Alabama 32.3%

Alaska 25.9%

Arizona 25.4%

Arkansas 30.6%

California 24.8%

Colorado 19.8%

Connecticut 21.8%

Delaware 28.0%

D.C. 21.7%

Florida 26.1%

Georgia 28.7%

Hawaii 23.1%

Idaho 25.7%

Illinois 27.7%

Indiana 29.1%

Iowa 28.1%

Kansas 29.0%

Kentucky 31.5%

Louisiana 31.6%

Maine 26.5%

Maryland 27.1%

Massachusetts 22.3%

Michigan 30.5%

Minnesota 25.3%

Mississippi 34.4%

Missouri 30.3%

Montana 23.8%

Nebraska 27.6%

Nevada 25.0%

New Hampshire 25.6%

New Jersey 24.1%

New Mexico 25.6%

New York 24.7%

North Carolina 29.4%

North Dakota 28.0%

Ohio 29.6%

Oklahoma 31.4%

Oregon 25.4%

Pennsylvania 28.5%

Rhode Island 24.3%

South Carolina 30.9%

South Dakota 28.7%

Tennessee 31.9%

Texas 30.1%

Utah 23.4%

Vermont 23.5%

Virginia 25.9%

Washington 26.4%

West Virginia 32.2%

Wisconsin 27.4%

Wyoming 25.4%