User reported effectiveness ratings Eating for various conditions.
|Conditions||Major Improvement||Moderate Improvement||Much Worse||No Effect||Worse||Responses|
|Seasonal Affective Disorder||8%||43%||8%||32%||9%||53|
Below is the degree of change seen after Eating is higher than average.
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Below is the change in the listed outcome after is higher than average.
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|Analysis Performed At||2020-10-08|
|Duration of Action||14 days|
|Mean||1% recommended daily allowance|
|Median||1% recommended daily allowance|
|Minimum Allowed Value||0% recommended daily allowance|
|Number of Aggregate Predictors||0|
|Number of Aggregate Outcomes||0|
|Number of Measurements||2|
|Number of Measurements (including those generated by tagged, joined, or child variables)||2|
|Onset Delay||30 minutes|
|Unit||% Recommended Daily Allowance|