Additional file 1: Table S1.

Information on the 50 SNP's included in this study. The individual SNPs are sorted by refSNP (rs) number and grouped according to their associated trait. Table S2. Baseline body weight (kg) and waist circumference (cm) pr. 100 mg/day higher ascorbic acid intake in the three cohorts. Results are presented both from the crude and the adjusted models. Table S3. SNP × ascorbic acid interaction in relation to annual change in body weight (kg/year) per 100 mg/day higher ascorbic acid intake in MONICA, DCH and INTER99 (β and p-value). The results are sorted by refSNP (rs) number and grouped according to their associated trait. Table S4. SNP × ascorbic acid interaction in relation to annual change in waist circumference (cm/year) per 100 mg/day higher ascorbic acid intake in MONICA, DCH and INTER99 (β and p-value). The results are sorted by refSNP (rs) number and grouped according to their associated trait. Figure S1. Annual change in body weight (kg/year) per 100 mg/day higher ascorbic acid intake in tertiles of the BMI associated SNP score. Figure S2. Interaction between genetic predisposition scores and dietary ascorbic acid in relation to change in waist circumference adjusted for concurrent change in body weight. Figure S3. Annual change in waist circumference (cm/year) per 100 mg/day higher ascorbic acid intake in tertiles of the WHR associated SNP score.

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Larsen et al. Nutrition Journal 2014 13:43   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-13-43