Table 4

Beta values for effect of beverage sugar intake and animal protein intake on BMIsds at 8 years

Total group

N = 120

Subgroup

N = 63

Beta (95% CI)

P

Beta (95% CI)

P


Model 1a beverage sugar

0.049 (0.017, 0.081)

0.003

0.050 (0.001, 0.099)

0.047

Model 1b animal protein

0.47 (0.03, 0.92)

0.037

0.69 (-0.01, 1.37)

0.051

Model 2a beverage sugar

0.043 (0.006, 0.079)

0.023

0.044 (-0.017, 0.104)

0.152

Model 2b animal protein

0.57 (0.11, 1.02)

0.015

0.82 (0.12, 1.52)

0.022

Model 2 beverage sugar

0.049 (0.017, 0.081)

0.003

0.049 (0.001, 0.097)

0.045

Model 2 animal protein

0.48 (0.05, 0.91)

0.029

0.68 (0.01, 1.35)

0.049

Model 3 beverage sugar

0.044 (0.008, 0.080)

0.016

0.049 (-0.009, 0.106)

0.097

Model 3 animal protein

0.59 (0.14, 1.03)

0.011

0.86 (0.17, 1.55)

0.015

Model 4 beverage sugar

-

-

0.055 (-0.005, 0.115)

0.070

Model 4 animal protein

-

-

0.97 (0.23, 1.71)

0.011


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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