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Table 1 Frequency of grazing and distress due to grazing

From: The short inventory of grazing (SIG): development and validation of a new brief measure of a common eating behaviour with a compulsive dimension

   SIG 1 GRG Frequency (%) SIG 2 GRLOC Frequency (%) Grazing distress Frequency (%)
Sample groups
 Total sample No grazing 17 (7.5) 90 (39.6) None 95 (41.9)
  < 1/wk 26 (11.5) 42 (18.5) A little 93 (41.0)
  Mild (1–3) 80 (35.2) 63 (27.8) A lot 22 (9.7)
  Moderate (4–7) 71 (31.3) 26 (11.5)   
  Severe (8+) 33 (14.5) 6 (2.6)   
 University sample No grazing 10 (6.5) 67 (43.8) None 66 (43.1)
  < 1/wk 19 (12.4) 31 (20.3) A little 65 (42.5)
  Mild (1–3) 57 (37.3) 34 (22.2) A lot 12 (7.8)
  Moderate (4–7) 47 (30.7) 18 (11.8)   
  Severe (8+) 20 (13.1) 3 (2.0)   
 Community sample No grazing 7 (9.5) 23 (31.1) None 29 (39.2)
  < 1/wk 7 (9.5) 11 (14.9) A little 28 (37.8)
  Mild (1–3) 23 (31.1) 29 (39.2) A lot 10 (13.5)
  Moderate (4–7) 24 (32.4) 8 (10.8)   
  Severe (8+) 13 (17.6) 3 (4.1)