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Table 2 BMI and nutritional behaviours across demographic categories

From: Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness

Health measure (M, SD) Females Males Below
A-levels
Above
A- levels
Married Unmarried
BMI 26.24 (6.05) 25.66 (5.41) 26.07 (5.50) 25.64 (5.98) 26.66 (5.77) 25.33 (5.57)
Healthy food & drinks 2.61 (0.41) 2.46 (0.40) 2.54 (0.40) 2.51 (0.42) 2.55 (0.37) 2.51 (0.43)
Diet products 2.35 (0.38) 2.27 (0.40) 2.29 (0.40) 2.32 (0.38) 2.32 (0.37) 2.29 (0.41)
Traditional products 2.50 (0.34) 2.62 (0.32) 2.57 (0.33) 2.58 (0.32) 2.59 (0.32) 2.56 (0.33)
Fast food 2.05 (0.49) 2.19 (0.50) 2.12 (0.48) 2.15 (0.54) 2.08 (0.50) 2.16 (0.51)
Regular meals 3.54 (0.61) 3.54 (0.55) 3.53 (0.59) 3.56 (0.55) 3.65 (0.48) 3.46 (0.62)
Snacking 2.48 (0.86) 2.53 (0.73) 2.51 (0.81) 2.52 (0.76) 2.44 (0.77) 2.57 (0.80)
Eating out 2.37 (0.78) 2.36 (0.83) 2.32 (0.81) 2.43 (0.78) 2.28 (0.78) 2.42 (0.81)
Emotional eating 2.21 (0.99) 1.96 (0.92) 1.99 (0.91) 2.18 (1.03) 2.01 (0.95) 2.11 (0.97)
Social eating 2.91 (0.92) 2.86 (0.86) 2.87 (0.87) 2.91 (0.92) 2.87 (0.93) 2.90 (0.86)
  1. Means for consumption of products are on a 1 to 4 Likert scale and means for eating behaviours are on a 1 to 5 Likert scale.