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Table 1 Demographics and patient characteristics

From: “And then you start to loose it because you think about Nutella”: The significance of food for people with inflammatory bowel disease - a qualitative study

Participant Diagnosis Gender Ranges of age
1 CD F Young adult
2 CD M Middle-aged adult
3 CD F Young adult
4 UC F Middle-aged adult
5 CD F Young adult
6 UC F Middle-aged adult
7 UC M Young adult
8 UC/CD F Young adult
9 CD F Middle-aged adult
10 CD F Older adult
11 CD M Middle-aged adult
12 UC M Young adult
13 UC M Older adult
14 CD F Young adult
15 UC F Young adult
16 UC/CD M Young adult
17 UC M Young adult
18 UC M Middle-aged adult
19 CD M Young adult
20 CD F Young adult
21 UC F Young adult
22 UC M Middle-aged adult
23 CD M Older adult
24 CD F Middle-aged adult
25 UC M Middle-aged adult
26 UC M Middle-aged adult
27 CD M Older adult
28 CD F Middle-aged adult
29 UC F Young adult
30 CD F Older adult
31 CD F Middle-aged adult
32 CD M Older adult
33 UC M Older adult
34 UC F Middle-aged adult
35 CD F Young adult
36 CD M Young adult
37 CD M Older adult
38 CD F Middle-aged adult
39 CD F Middle-aged adult
40 CD M Middle-aged adult
41 CD F Young adult
42 CD F Young adult
  1. CD crohn’s disease, UC ulcerative colitis, UC/CD indeterminate colitis, M male, F female, Ranges of age: young adults = 17–35, middle-aged adults = 36–55, older adults = 56–79