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Table 5 Multivariable adjusted ORs and 95%CI for obesity in 2011 across quartiles of dietary pattern scores

From: Dietary pattern is associated with obesity in Chinese children and adolescents: data from China Health and Nutrition Survey (CHNS)

  Traditional Chinese Dietary Pattern  
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 P for trend
Model1 1 1.00 (0.52, 1.95) 0.52 (0.24, 1.12) 0.28 (0.11, 0.70) 0.002
Model2 1 1.06 (0.54, 2.08) 0.47 (0.21, 1.02) 0.19 (0.07 0.49) < 0.001
Model3 1 1.06 (0.30, 3.69) 0.47 (0.33, 0.67) 0.19 (0.09, 0.40) < 0.001
  Modern Dietary Pattern  
  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 P for trend
Model1 1 1.30 (0.56, 3.06) 1.67 (0.75, 3.77) 2.17 (0.99, 4.77) 0.039
Model2 1 1.28 (0.54, 3.01) 1.58 (0.69, 3.65) 2.02 (0.88, 4.65) 0.086
Model3 1 1.28 (0.48, 3.44) 1.58 (0.74, 3.39) 2.02 (1.17, 3.48) 0.078
  1. Model 1: adjusted for sex and age. Model 2: additionally adjusted for residency, highest level of parental education, region, physical activity and energy intake. Model 3: additionally included use of classifications of geographical regions as cluster groups to analyze the association. Dietary patterns were identified at baseline (in 2006). p-value for trend was obtained by adjusting the quartiles of the pattern scores as a continuous variable. p-values< 0.05 are bold