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Overweight and General and Abdominal Obesity in a Representative Sample of Spanish Adults: Findings from the ANIBES Study

Table 5

Anthropometric data of Spanish men and women according to composite index classification.

Composite index menComposite index women
Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Level 5Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Level 5

23151632731803664174230146
Age (years)32.2 ± 11.134.1 ± 11.242.9 ± 10.642.8 ± 10.644.9 ± 11.435.1 ± 10.734.7 ± 11.044.1 ± 12.444.2 ± 11.546.7 ± 10.9
 Median 3134434446343343.54548
 (P25–P75)(23–39)(25–40)(37–50)(35–51)(37–55)(25.8–42)(25–42.5)(34–56.3)(35–54)(37.8–56)
Weight (kg)69.3 ± 7.481.6 ± 5.271.2 ± 6.983.2 ± 7.6102 ± 14.856.8 ± 6.473.5 ± 7.859.4 ± 6.069.8 ± 6.383.7 ± 11.6
 Median 7082.271.883100.156.771.859.469.586.5
 (P25–P75)(65.0–74.0)(77.4–84.6)(67.7–75.4)(78.0–87.7)(92.3–107.5)(52.3–61.0)(69.6–76.4)(55.7–64.0)(65.0–74.2)(79.1–93.7)
Height (cm)176.0 ± 6.6176.5 ± 5.5173.3 ± 6.8174.1 ± 7.2173.0 ± 7.1162.8 ± 5.9164.8 ± 5.4159.7 ± 5.9160.2 ± 6.6159.3 ± 6.5
 Median 176175173174173163164160160160
 (P25–P75)(172–180)(172–180)(170–178)(168–179)(168.3–178)(159–167)(161–168)(155.8–164.3)(156–165)(154.8–164)

BMI (kg/m2)22.3 ± 1.726.2 ± 1.123.7 ± 1.227.4 ± 1.434.0 ± 4.121.4 ± 1.927.1 ± 2.423.3 ± 1.327.2 ± 1.434.6 ± 4.2
 Median 22.525.924.127.433.421.426.523.727.233.4
 (P25–P75)(21.4–23.7)(25.4–26.9)(23.2–24.5)(26.3–28.5)(31.0–35.6)(20.2–23.0)(25.6–27.9)(22.3–24.4)(26.0–28.2)(31.6–36.5)

WC (cm)79.8 ± 5.584.3 ± 4.391.7 ± 4.696.5 ± 5.7111.2 ± 11.571.7 ± 5.577.5 ± 3.883.6 ± 4.688.6 ± 6.7102.2 ± 10.6
 Median 808591.396.1109.971.67883.388101.4
 (P25–P75)(76.0–84.0)(82.5–86.7)(88.3–95.1)(92.4–100.3)(103.4–117)(67.9–75.5)(75.8–79.8)(80.4–86.2)(83.5–92.5)(95.0–108.0)
  Abdominal obesity (%)001.616.882.80017.650.995.2

WHtR0.45 ± 0.030.48 ± 0.020.53 ± 0.020.55 ± 0.030.64 ± 0.070.44 ± 0.030.47 ± 0.020.52 ± 0.020.55 ± 0.040.64 ± 0.07
 Median 0.460.490.530.550.640.440.480.520.540.63
 (P25–P75)(0.43–0.48)(0.47–0.49)(0.51–0.54)(0.53–0.58)(0.60–0.68)(0.42–0.47)(0.46–0.48)(0.51–0.53)(0.52–0.58)(0.59–0.68)

): Mean ± SD; BMI: body mass index; WC: waist circumference; () abdominal obesity: >88 cm for women and >102 cm for men; WHtR: Waist to height ratio; Composite index: Level 1: WHtR < 0.5 and BMI < 25 kg/m2, Level 2: WHtR < 0.5 and BMI ≥ 25 kg/m2, Level 3: WHtR ≥ 0.5 and BMI < 25 kg/m2, Level 4: WHtR ≥ 0.5 and BMI ≥ 25 kg/m2 and BMI < 30 kg/m2, and Level 5: WHtR ≥ 0.5 and BMI ≥ 30 kg/m2.
Significant differences in the same sex group: A: regarding Level 1, B: regarding Level 2, C: regarding Level 3, D: regarding Level 4 (Kruskal-Wallis test, and Dunn-Bonferroni post hoc). Significant differences between men and women in the same composite index level (S) (Mann-Whitney test and 2-sample -test).

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