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Table 2 Distribution of study population according to dietary intakes

From: The relation between dietary intakes and psychological disorders in Iranian adults: a population-based study

Dietary intakes Total (N = 9965)
N (%)
1Red meat
 Never 263 (2.6%)
 Once/week 1651 (16.6%)
  > 1/week 8051 (80.8%)
1Poultry
 Never 291 (2.9%)
 Once/week 22,923 (29.3%)
  > 1/week 6751 (67.7%)
1Fish
 Never 2051 (20.6%)
 Lower than once/week 5123 (51.4%)
  ≥ 1/week 2791 (28%)
1Egg
 Never 733 (7.4%)
 Once/week 2923 (29.3%)
  > 1/week 6309 (63.3%)
1Legumes
 Never 187 (1.9%)
 Once/week 1770 (17.8%)
  > 1/week 8008 (80.4%)
2Vegetables
 Nothing 2432 (24.4%)
 One/day 5167 (51.9%)
  > 1/ day 2366 (23.7%)
2Fruits
 Nothing 917 (9.2%)
 One/day 4272 (42.9%)
  > 1/ day 4776 (47.9%)
2Milk
 Nothing 3063 (30.7%)
 1–2 glasses/week 4393 (44.1%)
  > 2 glasses/week 2509 (25.2%)
2Yogurt
 Nothing 520 (5.2%)
 1–2 glasses/week 2380 (23.9%)
  > 2 glasses/week 7065 (70.9%)
  1. 1. Dietary intakes for mentioned items were presented as frequency of consumption
  2. 2. Dietary intakes for mentioned items were presented as serving of consumption