WalletHub’s analysts ranked 150 of the most populated cities in the U.S. based on health care, food, fitness and green space and Plano came in at number 24, the highest ranking of any Texas city!

Source: WalletHub

Heath Care

Looked at things like premature deaths, mental-health counselors per capita, physical health, cost of a medical visit and health insurance coverage.

Rank: 9 out of 150 cities

Food

Looked at things like fruit and vegetable consumption, healthy restaurants per capita, farmers markets, percentage of obese residents, and gourmet specialty stores per capita.

Rank: 37 out of 150 cities

Fitness

Measured things like the share of residents who engage in physical fitness, recreational leagues, cost of health-club memberships and weight loss centers per capita.

Rank: 24 out of 150 cities

Green Space

Measured things like parkland acres per capita, hunting and hiking trails, city “greenness” score (#44 out of 100 cities), recreation access score (#50 out of 100)

Rank: 42 out of 150 cities

How did other Texas cities do?

#rank (out of 150), score (out of 100) category ranks (healthcare, food, fitness, green space)

# 32 Austin, 53.82 (30, 21, 56, 33)

#93 Irving, 42.91 (103, 72, 111, 99)

#98 Garland, 42.50 (81, 62, 106, 114)

#102 Lubbock, 42.06 (63, 130, 58, 113)

#109 Grand Prairie, 40.50 (90, 83, 144, 105)

#110 Arlington, 40.26 (86, 97, 100, 129)

#111 Dallas, 39.95 (104, 67, 118, 134)

#121 Houston, 38.37 (87, 103, 114, 138)

#123 Amarillo, 38.15 (88, 138, 121, 82)

#124 Fort Worth, 37.88 (106, 91, 108, 146)

#128 San Antonio, 37.34 (84, 112, 115, 142)

#139 El Paso, 35.29 (116, 137, 117, 124)

#145 Corpus Christi, 32.56 (130, 143, 133, 132)

#147 Laredo, 30.65 (43, 146, 149, 127)

#149 Brownsville, 28.54 (117, 150, 143, 145)

Read the full report here.