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Table 4 Egg intake (g per day) in quartiles of derived dietary patterns (X ± SD) in group of women and men

From: Association between egg consumption and elevated fasting glucose prevalence in relation to dietary patterns in selected group of Polish adults

GroupQ of DP“Western” DP“Prudent” DP“Traditional” DP
Egg intake (g/day)
X ± SD
p*Egg intake (g/day)
X ± SD
p*Egg intake (g/day)
X ± SD
p*
Women
(n = 1041)
Q111.9 ± 11.9< 0.000113.3 ± 9.8NS10.8 ± 9.2< 0.0001
Q213.4 ± 12.015.6 ± 13.214.3 ± 11.5
Q314.8 ± 12.814.8 ± 13.416.7 ± 11.7
Q419.0 ± 12.814.8 ± 13.617.4 ± 16.0
Men
(n = 589)
Q111.4 ± 14.7< 0.000120.4 ± 21.8NS12.9 ± 12.9< 0.0001
Q214.7 ± 13.217.8 ± 17.916.3 ± 15.3
Q318.5 ± 16.418.1 ± 19.220.5 ± 18.6
Q427.5 ± 23.716.0 ± 13.922.5 ± 23.8
Overall
(n = 1630)
Q111.7 ± 12.1< 0.000116.6 ± 16.6NS10.9 ± 9.5< 0.0001
Q214.0 ± 13.315.8 ± 15.515.7 ± 13.6
Q316.0 ± 13.515.8 ± 12.517.6 ± 14.6
Q422.2 ± 18.515.8 ± 15.319.7 ± 19.5
  1. * - ANOVA Kruskal-Wallis test; X ± SD – mean ± standard deviation; DP – dietary pattern; Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4 – quartile 1, 2, 3, 4; NS – no statistically significant difference