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Table 4 Educational inequalities in nutrition habits among women (prevalence (%) and RII*)

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

Years Using vegetable oil for cooking Using butter on bread Drinking high-fat milk Eating fresh vegetables daily
  Education RII Education RII Education RII Education RII
  Low High 95% CI Low High 95% CI Low High 95% CI Low High 95% CI
1994 21.7 64.9 3.06 (1.78-5.26) 72.9 57.1 0.59 (0.35-0.99) 65.6 33.7 0.53 (0.30-0.93) x x x
1996 48.9 82.9 3.34 (1.90-5.88) 50.0 59.8 2.20 (1.36-3.57) 55.4 27.9 0.52 (0.30-0.90) 7.4 6.8 1.21 (0.43-3.40)
1998 72.4 87.7 1.31 (0.68-2.51) 35.3 51.8 3.20 (1.97-5.19) 53.8 24.5 0.35 (0.20-0.59) 15.4 27.3 2.41 (1.33-4.38)
2000 76.6 92.7 1.99 (1.03-3.85) 31.2 56.9 5.07 (3.16-8.13) 72.5 43.3 0.56 (0.35-0.90) 14.9 22.4 1.14 (0.66-1.98)
2002 84.2 93.3 2.21 (1.01-5.17) 44.2 54.5 1.97 (1.24-3.13) 44.7 33.3 0.48 (0.30-0.77) 12.8 26.9 1.19 (1.15-3.50)
2004 80.7 91.8 1.75 (0.81-3.78) 45.6. 55.1 1.54 (1.02-2.48) 70.2 29.8 0.30 (0.18-0.51) 9.6 21.9 1.60 (0.86-3.00)
2006 81.7 94.2 2.91 (1.31-6.44) 44.5 63.6 2.01 (1.24-3.26) 68.2 22.3 0.20 (0.12-0.34) 18.3 31.8 1.65 (0.94-2.87)
2008 91.3 92.1 1.05 (0.42-2.61) 63.0 69.1 1.77 (1.09-2.88) 46.8 21.0 0.52 (0.31-0.90) 28.3 33.2 1.77 (1.06-2.95)
2010 91.4 96.9 1.54 (1.40-4.34) 38.8 67.5 3.25 (2.09-5.04) 54.3 25.8 0.45 (0.28-0.71) 13.8 29.6 2.75 (1.66-4.56)
  1. *RII - relative index of inequality; CI - confidence interval; Adjusted for age and place of residence; x-data are not available;
  2. Low education - Primary school or incomplete secondary school, High education - University.