Table 3

Odd ratios for effect of beverage sugar intake and animal protein intake on overweight at 8 years

Total group

N = 120

Subgroup

N = 63

OR (95% CI)

P

OR (95% CI)

P


Model 1a beverage sugar

1.10 (1.02, 1.18)

0.009

1.13 (1.03, 1.25)

0.014

Model 1b animal protein

4.06 (1.50, 11.00)

0.006

3.32 (0.86, 12.76)

0.080

Model 2a beverage sugar

1.10 (1.02, 1.20)

0.021

1.15 (1.00, 1.34)

0.058

Model 2b animal protein

7.38 (2.17, 25.10)

0.001

5.69 (1.03, 31.45)

0.046

Model 2 beverage sugar

1.11 (1.03, 1.20)

0.005

1.14 (1.03, 1.26)

0.011

Model 2 animal protein

4.78 (1.65, 13.87)

0.004

3.94 (0.90, 17.27)

0.069

Model 3 beverage sugar

1.13 (1.03, 1.24)

0.009

1.16 (1.01, 1.33)

0.042

Model 3 animal protein

9.67 (2.56, 36.53)

0.001

6.77 (1.09, 42.22)

0.041

Model 4 beverage sugar

-

-

1.21 (1.02, 1.42)

0.027

Model 4 animal protein

-

-

11.01 (1.16, 104.2)

0.036


Model 1a, 1b: unadjusted effects (a and b indicate two separate analyses)

Model 2a, 2b: adjusted for sex, infant age, infant body weight, breastfed at time of assessment, SES (a and b indicate two separate analyses)

Model 2: adjusted for each other (beverage sugar and animal protein)

Model 3: adjusted for each other, plus sex, infant age, infant body weight, breastfed at time of assessment, SES

Model 4: adjusted as model 3 plus maternal overweight, physical activity in hours per week, and energy intake at 8 years in kcal per day.

Weijs et al. Nutrition Journal 2011 10:95   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-10-95

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