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Table 2 Prevalence of disordered eating behaviors and weight/shape overvaluation in Australian people without and with self-reported diabetes, 2017

From: Associations between self-reported diabetes mellitus, disordered eating behaviours, weight/shape overvaluation, and health-related quality of life

VariablesSelf-reported diabetesAOR (95%CI)aχ2 (p)
 YesNo  
Disordered eating behavioursn (%)  
 Objective binge eating46 (13.6)270 (10.2)1.03 (0.71–1.49)0.02 (0.883)
 Subjective binge eating22 (6.6)74 (2.8)1.89 (1.13–3.18)5.81 (0.016)
 Strict dieting/fasting18 (5.3)129 (4.9)1.13 (0.64–1.98)0.18 (0.675)
 Purging3 (0.9)14 (0.5)1.25 (0.37–4.26)0.13 (0.719)
Weight/shape overvaluation121 (36.0)1152 (43.8)0.62 (0.48–0.80)13.1 (<.001)
  1. a AOR (95% CI) = Adjusted odds ratio (95% confidence interval): binary logistic regression (adjusted for BMI), reference category (no diabetes)