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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of participants in the TRE pilot studies 2018/19

From: Associations of time-restricted eating with health-related quality of life and sleep in adults: a secondary analysis of two pre-post pilot studies

  University (n = 61) GP (n = 38) Total (n = 99)
Age, years M (SD) 48.4 (10.3) 49.7 (11.8) 48.9 (1.1)
Female, n (%) 53 (86.9) 30 (78.9) 83 (83.8)
Weight, kg M (SD) 73.9 (14.3)1 87.9 (21.3) 79.3 (1.9)
Waist circumference, cm M (SD) 89.1 (12.2)2 106.3 (13.3) 95.7 (15.1)
BMI, kg/m2 M (SD) 26.1 (4.7)2 31.2 (5.9) 28.0 (5.7)
WHtR, M (SD) 0.53 (0.07)2 0.64 (0.07) 0.57 (0.09)
Overweight, n (%) 18 (29.5) 12 (31.6) 30 (30.3)
Obesity, n (%) 11 (18.0)2 21 (55.3) 32 (32.3)
Abdominal obesity, n (%) 36 (59.0)2 38 (100.0) 74 (74.7)
HRQoL, M (SD)a 75.1 (13.2)3 68.3 (13.7) 72.2 (13.8)
Daily eating time, h M (SD)b 12.4 (1.8) 12.3 (1.2) 64.6 (15.6)
  1. NOTE. TRE Time-restricted eating, GP General practitioner, M Mean, SD Standard deviation, kg Kilogram, cm Centimetre, h Hours, BMI Body mass index, WHtR Waist-to-height ratio, HRQoL Health-related quality of life; a10 missing values; b1 missing value; significant values are bold; p-values of group differences: 1 p = 0.001; 2 p < 0.001; 3 p = 0.024