Table 3

Odds ratio to present the UA at the higher quartile (UA ♂ > 6.5 mg/dL and ♀ UA > 5 mg/dL) according to dietary intake
Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
Carbohydrate ( >60% vs < 50%) 3.22 (1.01-10.27)* 1.38 (0.22-8.73) 1.43 (0.23-9.0)
Protein (>15% vs <15%) 0.99 (0.45-2.18) 1.05 (0.36-3.05) 0.83 (0.28-2.45)
Total Lipid (>35% vs 25-35%) 1.57 (0.62-4.02) 1.02 (0.27-3.86) 0.88 (0.23-3.36)
Saturated lipid (>10% vs <10%) 0.77 (0.35-1.70) 0.32 (0.10-1.0) 0.34 (0.11-1.06)
Monounsaturated Lipid (>10% vs <10%) 1.38 (0.64-2.98) 2.51 (0.71-8.89) 2.02 (0.56-7.34)
Polyunsaturated Lipid (>10% vs <10%) 1.87 (0.82-4.29) 2.05 (0.62-6.82) 2.51 (0.75-8.39)
Cholesterol (>300 vs <300 mg) 1.51 (0.61-3.76) 1.99 (0.33-11.95) 1.25 (0.20-7.83)
Fiber (Q4 vs Q1) 1.06 (0.44-2.55) 1.99 (0.45-8.77) 1.51 (0.33-6.85)

Model 1 – adjusted for gender, age, Body Mass Index, Total Energy Intake and other components of diet (macronutrient) analyzed.

Model 2 – Model 1 + glucose.

Model 3 – Model 1 + triglycerides.

*p < 0,05.

de Oliveira et al.

de Oliveira et al. Nutrition Journal 2013 12:11   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-12-11

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