A new report for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization pinpoints Mexico as the world’s fattest developed nation.
32.8% of Mexican adults are considered obese. This counts people aged 20 and older whose body mass index is 30 and above. The United States sits at 31.8 percent of American adults are considered obese.
“Household surveys from Bangladesh, Egypt, Ghana, India, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, Mozambique and the Philippines  find that dietary diversity is strongly associated with household consumption expenditure,” according to the report.
When income correlates with nutrition, it causes a greater chance for malnutrition.
The report focuses largely on malnutrition in the world.
“26% of all children under the age of five are stunted and 31% suffer from vitamin A deficiency, while an estimated 1.4 billion people are overweight, of whom 500 million are obese,” according to the report.