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Table 2 Age-adjusted prevalence (%) of given nutrition habits by educational level (95% confidence intervals) (all study years combined)

From: Time trends in social differences in nutrition habits of a Lithuanian population: 1994-2010

Nutrition habits Education
  Primary school or incomplete secondary Secondary school College, vocational school University
Men n = 1336 n = 2124 n = 2549 n = 1342
Using vegetable oil in cooking 59.1
(56.4-61.7)
73.2
(71.3-75.1)
72.7
(70.9-74.4)
78.4
(76.2-80.6)
Using butter on bread 47.2
(44.5-49.9)
49.7
(47.6-51.8)
51.2
(49.3-53.1)
59.4
(56.8-62.0)
Drinking high-fat milk 55.6
(52.9-58.3)
46.3
(44.1-48.4)
45.9
(44.0-47.9)
31.5
(29.0-34.0)
Eating fresh vegetables daily 9.0
(7.3-10.7)
14.6
(13.0-16.2)
14.7
(13.2-16.2)
18.3
(16.1-20.4)
Women n = 1251 n = 2456 n = 3607 n = 2476
Using vegetable oil in cooking 63.9
(61.2-66.6)
83.8
(82.3-85.3)
83.5
(82.3-84.8)
89.9
(88.7-91.0)
Using butter on bread 48.1
(45.3-50.9)
45.8
(43.9-47.8)
53.8
(52.2-55.5)
60.4
(58.5-62.3)
Drinking high-fat milk 60.5
(57.7-63.2)
45.4
(43.4-47.4)
41.3
(39.6-42.9)
28.4
(26.6-30.1)
Eating fresh vegetable daily 13.5
(11.4-15.6)
17.1
(15.5-18.7)
20.2
(18.8-21.6)
26.1
(24.3-27.9)