Table 3

Change of blood lipids and weight during the study (in%, SD in brackets)
No LC (n = 55) LC (n = 53) p for LC effect Red wine (n = 56) No red wine (n = 52) p for red-wine effect No LC, no wine (n = 27) No LC, red wine (n = 28) LC, no wine (n = 25) LC, red wine (n = 28)
Baseline - 4 weeks
Total cholesterol 0.9 (2.3) −4.2 (1.8) NS −0.6 (2.1) −2.6 (2.1) NS 0.4 (17.0) 1.4 (16.4) −6.0 (12.4) −2.6 (13.9)
LDL 1.5 (20.4) −5.3 (17.6) NS* −2.5 (20.3) −1.1 (18.4) NS* 2.4 (19.3) 0.6 (21.8) −5.1 (16.9) −5.5 (18.5)
HDL 1.1 (2.2) −2.1 (1.5) NS 2.8 (1.8) −3.8 (1.9) 0.0263 −2.8 (16.8) 5.0 (15.0) −5.1 (9.4) 0.6 (11.4)
LDL/HDL 1.7 (20.9) −2.6 (18.7) NS* −4.5 (18.9) 3.9 (20.2) 0.0293* 6.9 (20.9) −3.5 (19.9) 0.6 (19.2) −5.4 (18.2)
Triglycerides 1.1 (29.3) −1.2 (30.3) NS* −2.0 (29.2) 2.1 (30.4) NS* 4.3 (29.6) −2.1 (29.2) −0.4 (31.6) −1.9 (29.7)
Lp (a) 1.6 (21.3) 9.0 (32.7) NS* 5.6 (25.7) 4.9 (29.7) NS* 0.8 (23.9) 2.5 (18.7) 9.4 (35.1) 8.5 (31.1)
Weight/BMI 0.0 (1.4) −0.7 (1.8) 0.0253* −0.1 (1.5) −0.6 (1.8) NS* −0.4 (1.4) 0.4 (1.3) −0.8 (2.1) −0.7 (1.5)
Baseline - 20 weeks
Total cholesterol 3.6 (2.2) −2.4 (2.0) 0.0238 −0.9 (2.0) 2.4 (2.3) NS 7.2 (17.6) 0.5 (13.8) −2.5 (13.0) −2.3 (15.4)
LDL 4.4 (23.3) −3.2 (19.1) 0.0296* −3.3 (20.5) 5.1 (22.1) NS* 11.7 (25.2) −2.0 (20.0) −1.5 (16.4) −4.6 (21.4)
HDL 2.1 (1.9) 2.0 (1.9) NS 4.2 (1.9) −0.3 (1.9) NS −1.5 (12.9) 5.3 (14.4) 0.9 (13.5) 3.0 (13.1)
LDL/HDL 4.3 (28.0) −4.1 (20.6) 0.0242* −6.1 (20.8) 7.3 (27.2) 0.0049* 15.7 (30.8) −5.5 (21.3) −1.1 (20.5) −6.7 (20.7)
Triglycerides 7.0 (35.7) −6.2 (34.7) 0.0361* −3.9 (31.8) 5.5 (39.4) NS* 14.6 (38.3) 0.6 (32.6) −3.5 (39.1) −8.7 (30.9)
Lp (a) 5.0 (28.6) 9.4 (29.6) NS* 6.9 (25.3) 7.9 (33.0) NS* −2.1 (27.3) 11.8 (29.0) 16.9 (35.7) 2.6 (21.3)
Weight/BMI −0.1 (2.4) −0.9 (2.9) NS −0.1 (2.8) −0.8 (2.4) NS −0.8 (2.0) 0.6 (2.6) −0.9 (2.9) −0.9 (2.9)

P-values are from the general linear model. In case of a non-parametric distribution, the van-Elteren test was used (indicated by *). In the upper part changes from baseline to 4 weeks, in the lower part from baseline to 20 weeks.

Droste et al.

Droste et al. Nutrition Journal 2013 12:147   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-12-147

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