Skip to main content

Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of the participants

From: Beliefs and motives related to eating and body size: a comparison of high-BMI and normal-weight young adult women from rural and urban areas in Mexico

  Rural context   Urban context
ID Age (y) BMI (kg/m2) Children (n) Occupation Education (y) ID Age (y) BMI (kg/m2) Children (n) Occupationa Education (y)
Participants with normal weight  
1001b       3001 25 24,8 5 Hw 6
1004 41 24,9 1 Hwa 6 3004 38 24,0 3 Hw 6
1006 32 24,8 1 Hw 6 3007 30 24,6 2 Hw & Housemaid 6
1009 28 24,2 2 Hw 4 3013 44 24,6 3 Hw 6
1011 27 24,8 1 Hw 9 3014 30 23,8 3 Hw & Stylist 6
1013 33 24,0 4 Hw 9 3015 30 23,6 2 Hw 6
1014 30 23,8 1 Hw 2 3018 26 24,1 2 Hw & Housemaid 6
1015 28 24,0 3 Hw 6 3019 40 24,8 2 Hw 6
1016 40 24,4 4 Hw 6 3021 30 24,5 3 Hw 9
2005 23 22,4 1 Hw 6 3022 33 23,9 1 Hw & Seller 9
2006 37 25,3 5 Hw 6 3024 34 23,2 2 Hw 0
2007 27 23,0 3 Hw 9 3025 40 25,0 3 Hw 6
2009 31 24,8 2 Hw 6 3026 42 24,9 3 Hw 4
2013 24 25,8 2 Hw 9 3028 26 24,6 3 Hw 9
       3030 40 24,7 3 Hw 9
Participants with overweight or obesity  
1002 28 31,7 0c Hw 7 3002 31 30,6 3 Hw & Housemaid 7
1005 29 32,4 2 Hw 3 3003 33 37,3 2 Hw 11
1007 29 41,2 1 Hw 6 3005 28 37,0 2 Hw 6
1008 42 31,3 3 Hw 6 3006 39 34,9 2 Hw 6
1010 25 39,1 4 Hw 6 3008 32 31,7 2 Hw 6
1012 29 36,0 1 Hw 6 3009 35 29,8 2 Hw 7
2002 24 39,6 0 Hw 6 3010 39 41,9 2 Hw & Housemaid 9
2004 38 37,9 3 Hw 2 3012 33 33,2 2 Hw 6
2008 33 36,7 4 Hw 9 3016 31 27,8 2 Hw & Employee 7
2010 29 31,6 3 Hw & Store attendant 6 3017 28 33,7 4 Hw & Employee 6
2011 44 32,9 6 Hw 7 3020 36 30,3 5 Hw 6
2012 34 38,9 2 Hw 9 3023 44 35,7 2 Hw 6
2014 27 30,7 2 Hw 7 3027 35 39,8 2 Hw 6
  1. a Housewife
  2. b Lost to follow up, and was not measured nor answer additional questionnaires
  3. c Woman not living with partner anymore