Table 1

Energy intake, energy expenditure and characteristics of participants in the energy study

    All participants, n = 59

    Men, n = 27

    Women, n = 32

    UR, n = 19

    AR, n = 35

    OR, n = 5

Mean

CI

Mean

CI

Mean

CI

Mean

CI

Mean

CI

Mean

CI


BMI (kg/m2)

25.1

24.2, 26.1

26.3

25.1, 27.5

24.1

22.7, 25.5

26.1

24.0, 28.2

25.1

24.0, 26.1

21.7

18.2, 25.2

Current smokers (n)

16

9

7

5

11

0

EE (MJ/day)

11.1

10.5, 11.8

13.2

12.5, 13.9

9.4

9.0, 9.9

11.3

10.3, 12.2

11.2

10.3, 12.1

10.1

6.7, 13.5

EI (MJ/day)

9.8a

9.0, 10.6

11.7b

10.4, 13.0

8.3c

7.6, 8.9

7.3d

6.6, 8.0

10.5

9.7, 11.3

14.8

9.5, 20.1

EI-EE (MJ/day)

-1.3

-2.0, -0.6

-1.5

-2.8, -0.22

-1.2

-2.0, -0.34

-3.9d

-4.5, -3.4

-0.7

-1.2, -0.3

4.7

2.2, 7.2

EI/EE

0.89

0.83, 0.96

0.89

0.79, 0.99

0.90

0.81, 0.99

0.65d

0.62, 0.68

0.94

0.90, 0.99

1.46

1.29, 1.64


Energy intake, EI; energy expenditure, EE; under-reporters, UR; acceptable reporters, AR; over-reporters, OR. Data are presented as mean values with 95% confidence intervals (CI). a Different from EE, p < 0.001, (CI: 0.6; 2.0); b different from EE, p = 0.02, (CI: 0.3; 2.0); c different from EE, p = 0.007 (CI: 0.2; 2.8). d Mean value different from AR mean value, p < 0.01.

Carlsen et al. Nutrition Journal 2010 9:37   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-9-37

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