The answer: white.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, white people are more likely to be overweight and obese.
White people are also more likely than other races to smoke, drink and eat junk food.
White women are also far more likely, in general, to be obese and overweight, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health.
So what’s the difference?
It’s called the “white-ness” hypothesis, according the American Medical Association.
It’s based on the idea that white people tend to have a higher prevalence of chronic disease, a higher risk of developing chronic diseases and more body fat, and are less likely to take preventive measures, such as exercise, to lower their risk.
And white people have a bigger waist than black people, who are also at a higher rate of obesity.
But the researchers of the study didn’t find any significant differences between white and black people on these issues, according an AMA press release.
“The association of whiteness with body fat is consistent with findings from epidemiologic studies, but there is no consensus on whether these associations are causal or simply spurious,” the AMA said.
So if you want to lose weight and feel healthier, you might want to make sure your head is white.