Table 3

association between the "snacking" score and the "modern foods" score and overweight and overfatness (a)

N

"snacking" score

"modern foods" score


OR(b) for overweight

unadjusted

1060

1.01 [0.94-1.09] (p = 0.703)

1.19 [1.08-1.32] (p <0.001)

adjusted(c)

867

1.04 [0.95-1.13] (p = 0.424)

1.19 [1.03-1.36] (p = 0.018)


OR(b) for overfatness

unadjusted

1060

1.03 [0.96-1.10] (p = 0.340)

1.11 [1.02-1.22] (p = 0.015)

adjusted(c)

911

1.03 [0.95-1.12] (p = 0.483)

1.14 [1.00-1.29] (p = 0.044)


(a) multiple logistic regression model

(b) OR: Odds Ratio associated with an increase of one point of the score

(c) adjusted for the following variables: age, gender, physical activity, ethnicity, rural/urban place of birth, marital status, economic level, professional occupation, schooling and district. The interaction score*gender was not included in the final model because it was not significant

Becquey et al. Nutrition Journal 2010 9:13   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-9-13

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