Two-thirds of people in some parts of South Wales are classed as overweight or obese, new figures have revealed.
The Rhondda Valleys were the worst performer in the battle against the bulge with 65.8% of people having a body mass index (BMI) of 25 or higher.
Across all of Wales nearly 60% of people were overweight or obese, with 22% of those deemed obese.
New figures, which break down results from last year’s Wales Health Survey, also revealed the areas where people were most likely to smoke, drink and take no exercise.
Throughout Wales 43.2% of people said they drank more than the guidelines and 26.8% said they were binge drinkers.