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Table 3 Odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CIs) of rapid decline rate in AMH based on daily intakes of macronutrients, fiber, and calcium

From: Do dietary intakes influence the rate of decline in anti-Mullerian hormone among eumenorrheic women? A population-based prospective investigation

Daily intakes per 1-SDs (g/day)UnadjustedAdjusted 1
OR95%CIsPOR95%CIsP
Total carbohydrate1.030.78, 1.350.8511.040.99, 1.090.140
Total fat0.930.70, 1.230.6040.830.47, 1.480.526
Plant fat1.020.78, 1.350.8811.090.75, 1.590.657
Non-dairy animal fat0.860.64, 1.170.3330.820.57, 1.180.287
Total protein0.940.70, 1.240.6430.760.44, 1.310.319
Plant protein1.130.86, 1.480.3871.510.92, 2.490.107
Non-dairy animal protein0.950.71, 1.280.7500.910.65, 1.270.568
Saturated fatty acids0.810.60, 1.100.1740.650.40, 1.060.082
Mono-unsaturated fatty acids0.980.74, 1.290.8801.010.63, 1.630.962
Poly-unsaturated fatty acids1.070.82, 1.410.6111.200.81, 1.780.366
Trans fatty acids0.770.51, 1.150.2050.730.46, 1.160.181
Fiber1.010.98, 1.030.5161.030.98, 1.070.233
Calcium0.860.64, 1.160.3060.710.46, 1.110.133
  1. 1Adjusted for baseline of age and BMI, and energy intake
  2. SDs: Total carbohydrate = 104; Total fat = 28.1; Plant fat = 19.1; Non-dairy animal fat = 11.2; Total protein = 28.3; Plant protein = 14.8; Non-dairy animal protein = 15.7; Saturated fatty acids = 9.61; Mono-unsaturated fatty acids = 9.68; Poly-unsaturated fatty acids = 7.60; Trans fatty acids = 3.53; Fiber = 11.4; Calcium = 375