Author Agreement Eating Behaviors
As we have four behavioral disorder subscales, four linear regressions were performed gradually, the EDE retaining subscale, the EDE-Eating Concern subscale, the EDE-Shape Concern Subskala and the EDE-Weight Concern Subskala were used as dependent variables. The progressive method was used to simultaneously remove the weakest correlated variables and create a model that best explains the distribution. All variables that showed a p-< 0.1 in the bivariate analysis were included in the model to eliminate potential disruptive factors as much as possible. All variables that showed a p-< 0.1 in the bivariate analysis were included in the model to eliminate potential disruptive factors as much as possible . Subsequently, the same analysis of the stratified data (general population and groups of nutritionists) was performed using the same set of dependent and independent variables. A p-value < 0.05 was considered significant. The reliability of the scales was evaluated with Cronbach`s alpha. In general, the prevalence of diets and eating disorders was high and remained constant or increased from adolescence to young adulthood. In addition, behaviours tended to be followed within individuals and, in general, participants who followed disturbed diets and eating behaviours during adolescence had an increased risk of these behaviours ten years later.
The persecution has been particularly consistent for older women and males who have moved from middle adolescence to average young adulthood. For reasons of transparency, we advise authors to submit an author statement outlining their individual contributions to the document using the relevant CRediT roles: conceptualization; data curation; formal analysis; the acquisition of financing; investigation; methodology; project management; resources; software; supervision; validation; visualization; rolls/writing – original design; Letter – Check & Edit. Author testimonials should be formatted with authors` names first and CRediT roles. Further details and sample data may be provided at the request of the author concerned. Weight and fitness problems increased with the number of people in quarantine/captivity. A higher number of people living together often increases the demand for food and typically contributes to disrupted eating habits, which impacts nutritional status. . . .
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