Figure 2.

Gender-specific correlations between consumption of fish and other foods according to the northern Sweden food frequency questionnaire. The horizontal axis shows correlations between fish consumption and other foods in men. The vertical axis shows the corresponding correlations for women. High positive values correspond to strong correlations with fish consumption. 1.salty fish 2.rootvegetables 3.lettuce/cabbage/spinach/broccoli 4.chicken 5.tomato/cucumber 6.berries 7.boiled potato 8.beef stew 9.smoked fish 10.apple/pear/peach/citrus fruit 11.brown beans 12.fibre bread 13.steak 14.cooking oil 15.fibre cereal 16.porridge 17.oil- and vinegar dressing 18.wine 19.rice 20.low alcohol beer 21.bananas 22.cream 23.minced meat 24.egg dishes 25.soured milk (0.5% fat) 26.meat on bread 27.bacon 28.tea 29.ice cream 30.fibre crisp bread 31.milk (0.5% fat) 32.soured milk 33.spirits 34.fruit soup 35.medium alcohol beer 36.potato dumpling/pancake 37.liver pâté/sausage on bread 38.hard cheese (28% fat) 39.water 40.spagetti 41.cookies 42.hard cheese (10-17% fat) 43.sweet buns 44.butter in food 45.filter coffee 46.sausage 47.low fat margarine on bread 48.beer 49.corn flakes 50.margarine on bread 51.candy 52.butter on bread 53.margarine in food 54.milk (3% fat) 55.sugar/jam 56.fried potato 57.pizza 58.hamburger 59.crisps/snacks 60.soda 61.milk/soured milk (1.5% fat) 62.butter based margarine 63.white soft and crisp bread 64.boiled coffee The numbering is ordered by the magnitude of correlation on the horizontal axis. Fish intake refers to total intake of fatty and lean fish.

Wennberg et al. Nutrition Journal 2012 11:101   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-11-101
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