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Research Article

Role of Diet and Nutritional Supplements in Parkinson’s Disease Progression

Table 1

Demographics of the study participants.


Age, years (SD)63.1 (9.2)
Years since diagnosis (SD)5.2 (5.5)
Gender
Male
Female
463 (44%)
556 (53%)
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Black
Hispanic
Native American
Asian/Pacific Islander
Other
978 (92.9%)
7 (0.7%)
14 (1.3%)
2 (0.2%)
9 (0.9%)
12 (1.1%)
Income
Less than $20,000
Between $20 and 40,000
Between $40 and 60,000
Between $60 and 80,000
Between $80 and 100,000
Between $100 and 150,000
More than $150,000
56 (5.3%)
148 (14.1%)
139 (13.2%)
145 (13.8%)
137 (13%)
193 (18.3%)
155 (14.7%)
Hoehn & Yahr stage
(1) 1-sided symptoms, minimal disability
(2) Both sides affected, balance is stable
(3) Mild-to-moderate disability, balance affected
(4) Severe disability, able to walk and stand without help
(5) Confinement to bed or wheelchair unless aided
Do not know
522 (49.6%)
171 (16.2%)
292 (27.7%)
34 (3.2%)
2 (0.2%)
9 (0.9%)