Chew on this: Only about half the people in some cities bother to eat healthy.

Healthy eating is on the menu in California, home to 10 of the top 25 communities — including Santa Cruz, Salinas and Santa Rosa — with the healthiest eating habits, according to data released Wednesday by Gallup-Sharecare. Florida makes a strong showing too, with four communities in the top 25, including the No. 1 ranked Naples. The survey asked more than 350,000 people in 189 cities across the U.S. whether they’d eaten a healthy diet on the previous day.

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10 cities with the highest rates of healthy eating
Percentage of people in the area who say they ate healthy all day the previous day

Naples 75.30%
Barnstable Town, Mass. 75.10%
Santa Cruz 74.20%
Salinas, Calif. 72.90%
McAllen, TX 72.40%
Santa Rosa, Calif. 72.30%
Hilton Head Island 72%
San Luis Obispo 72%
Lake Havasu City/Kingsman, AZ 71%
El Paso 70.90%

Why do these cities make such a strong showing? Dan Witters, the research director for the Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index, says this has to do with the fact that the communities also rank highly on overall well-being, including feeling a strong sense of community, having strong personal relationships and feeling financially secure. These correlate with healthy eating. Naples, whose residents are the healthiest eaters in America, also ranks No. 1 in overall well-being. And those who report they have enough money to do everything they want to do — as many people in the affluent cities on this list do — are more likely to report eating healthy.

Meanwhile, the lowest rates of healthy eating come from cities in states like Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Louisiana; each of these states has two communities in the lowest 25. These communities also tend to struggle with some of the measures of overall well-being, explains Witters.

10 cities with the lowest rates of healthy eating
Percentage of people in the area who say they ate healthy all day the previous day

Tulsa 57.20%
Little Rock 57.10%
Topeka 57%
Wichita 56.90%
Lexington 56.90%
Clarksville, Tenn 56.70%
Hickory/Morgantown, NC 56.40%
Cincinnati 56.30%
Memphis 55.90%
Lubbock 53.80%

Of course, saying you eat healthy and actually eating healthy are two different things. But, as Gallup-Sharecare points out, there is a strong correlation between cities where residents say they eat healthy and lower rates of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, heart attacks and depression.