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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of the study sample

From: Factors associated with restrained eating and validation of the Arabic version of the restrained eating scale among an adult representative sample of the Lebanese population: a cross-sectional study

  Frequency (%)
Gender
 Male 270 (33.5%)
 Female 536 (66.5%)
Marital status
 Single 581 (71.6%)
 Married 230 (28.4%)
Education levela
 Primary 24 (3.1%)
 Complementary 61 (7.8%)
 Secondary 125 (15.9%)
 University 574 (73.2%)
Monthly income
 No income 340 (45.1%)
< 1000$ 247 (32.8%)
 1000 – 2000 $ 117 (15.5%)
 > 2000 $ 50 (6.6%)
Tobacco use
 Yes 246 (30.8%)
 No 554 (69.2%)
Drug addiction
 Yes 7 (0.9%)
 No 751 (99.1%)
Alcohol users
 Yes 32 (4.2%)
 No 724 (95.8%)
Caffeine
 Yes 721 (90.0%)
 No 80 (10.0%)
Practicing sport activities  
 Yes 490 (62.4%)
 No 295 (37.6%)
  Mean ± SD
Age (in years) 27.59 ± 11.76
Body Mass Index (Kg/m2) 18.09 ± 11.68
  1. aPrimary level of education refers to less than 6 years of study; complementary level refers to more than 6 years of study but less than 10 years
  2. Some numbers do not add up to 811 (the total number of the recruited participants) because of missing values in those variables