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Table 1 Demographic data at baseline

From: Long-term effects on cardiovascular risk of a structured multidisciplinary lifestyle program in clinical practice

  Men Women Total
  n = 36 n = 64 n = 100
Age (years) 58.3 ± 9.5 58.7 ± 11.3 58.6 ± 10.6
Social status (single) 11 (31%) 29 (45%) 40 (40%)
No university degree 19 (53%) 31 (48%) 50 (50%)
Daily smoking 4 (11%) 6 (9%) 10 (10%)
Risk consumption of alcohol 3 (8%) 16 (25%) 19 (19%)
Getting easily stress (often/always) 8 (22%) 18 (28%) 26 (26%)
Daily physical activity < 30 min 22 (61%) 24 (38%) 46 (46%)
Exercise < 1 h per week 26 (72%) 41 (64%) 67 (67%)
Sedentary behaviour ≥7 h per day 19 (53%) 28 (44%) 46 (46%)
Low intake of vegetables (less than daily) 34 (94%) 48 (75%) 82 (82%)
History of cardiovascular disease 16 (44%) 20 (31%) 36 (36%)
Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes 10 (28%) 11 (17%) 21 (21%)
Blood pressure medication 24 (67%) 42 (66%) 66 (66%)
Blood lipid lowering medication 15 (42%) 21 (33%) 36 (36%)
  1. Data is presented as mean for age (SD) and in numbers of individuals (%)