Table 5

Percent use of supplements by gender, smoking status, and E4 in subjects aged 18-39 in the Personalized Medicine Research Project

Never Smoked

Current Smokers

With E4

No E4

With E4

No E4

Females

N*

293

775

104

296

% Use

% Use

% Use

% Use

Vit. A IU

68.9

61.4

49.0

48.0

Vit. A RAE

68.9

61.4

49.0

48.0

Beta Car.

68.3

60.5

49.0

48.3

Vit. E

69.6

61.9

51.0

49.0

Vit. C

73.0

66.7

52.9

53.7

Thiamin

68.3

60.9

49.0

48.6

Riboflavin

68.3

60.9

49.0

48.6

Niacin

68.3

61.4

49.0

48.6

Vit. B6

68.3

61.4

49.0

49.0

Folic Acid

67.9

62.1

50.0

49.0

Vit. B12

67.9

60.1

48.1

48.0

Calcium

32.4

25.0

27.9

25.0

Magnesium

62.1

55.4

44.2

44.9

Iron

63.1

57.5

45.2

49.0

Zinc

63.1

56.0

45.2

45.6

Copper

62.1

55.4

44.2

44.9

Vit. D

67.9

60.1

48.1

48.0

Selenium

0.0

1.0

0.0

0.3

Males

N*

125

377

59

156

% Use

% Use

% Use

% Use

Vit. A IU

40.8

39.5

30.5

35.9

Vit. A RAE

40.8

39.5

30.5

35.9

Beta Car.

42.4

38.7

28.8

35.3

Vit. E

40.8

39.5

33.9

37.2

Vit. C

46.4

43.8

40.7

46.8

Thiamin

40.8

38.7

30.5

35.9

Riboflavin

40.8

38.7

30.5

35.9

Niacin

41.6

38.7

32.2

35.9

Vit. B6

40.8

38.7

32.2

36.5

Folic Acid

40.8

38.7

32.2

35.9

Vit. B12

40.8

38.7

28.8

35.3

Calcium

16.0

11.9

15.3

12.8

Magnesium

34.4

33.7

25.4

30.8

Iron

34.4

33.7

30.5

33.3

Zinc

35.2

34.7

30.5

31.4

Copper

34.4

33.7

25.4

30.8

Vit. D

40.8

38.7

28.8

35.3

Selenium

0.0

0.30

1.70

0.0


*N refers to the number of participants

Strobush et al. Nutrition Journal 2011 10:13   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-10-13

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