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Table 3 Association between dietary pattern scores and home blood pressure (n = 251)

From: Associations between dietary patterns and blood pressure in a sample of Australian adults

 Home SBPHome DBP
β95% CIP-valueβ95% CIP-value
Dietary Pattern 1
 Model 10.10(−1.76, 1.96)0.916−0.63(−1.98, 0.72)0.361
 Model 20.12(−1.82, 2.05)0.903−0.61(−2.03, 0.80)0.394
 Model 30.41(−1.69, 2.50)0.704−0.45(−1.99, 1.08)0.561
Dietary Pattern 2
 Model 11.78(0.09, 3.46)0.0391.14(−0.09, 2.37)0.069
 Model 21.81(0.10, 3.52)0.0381.08(−0.18, 2.33)0.091
 Model 31.88(0.16, 3.60)0.0321.14(−0.12, 2.41)0.075
Dietary Pattern 3
 Model 1−0.45(−2.06, 1.16)0.585−1.10(−2.26, 0.06)0.064
 Model 2−0.32(−1.96, 1.32)0.701−1.06(−2.26, 0.13)0.080
 Model 3−0.25(−1.91, 1.41)0.765−1.01(−2.22, 0.19)0.100
  1. Significant data are in bold
  2. Model 1 = Adjusted for age, gender and BMI.
  3. Model 2 = Model 1 + anti-hypertensive medication use, smoking status, physical activity, education.
  4. Model 3 = Model 2 + energy intake.
  5. Abbreviations: SBP, systolic blood pressure. DBP, diastolic blood pressure