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Table 4 Logistic regression analyses showing association between optimism and food group consumption (NutriNet-Santé study, 2016)

From: Optimism is associated with diet quality, food group consumption and snacking behavior in a general population

OutcomesLOT-R 
Odds ratio (95% CI)P3
Model 11Model 22 
Food group consumption (N = 19,335)
 Processed meat
  No intakeRef4Ref 
  Intake1.007 (0.96, 1.06)0.96 (0.91, 1.02)0.18
 Eggs
 No intakeRefRef 
  Intake1.05 (1.00, 1.10)1.01 (0.96, 1.07)0.65
 Dairy and meat substitutes
  No intakeRefRef 
  Intake1.15 (1.09, 1.21)1.17 (1.11, 1.24)< 0.0001
 Milk-based desserts
  No intakeRefRef 
  Intake0.94 (0.90, 0.98)0.94 (0.89, 0.99)0.011
 Legumes
  No intakeRefRef 
  Intake1.09 (1.04, 1.14)1.07 (1.02, 1.13)0.005
 Fast food
  No intakeRefRef 
  Intake1.02 (0.98, 1.08)0.99 (0.94, 1.05)0.80
 Appetizers
  No intakeRefRef 
  Intake1.15 (1.10, 1.20)1.09 (1.04, 1.14)0.0007
  Salted non oleaginous appetizers
   No intakeRefRef 
   Intake1.11 (1.06, 1.16)1.06 (1.01, 1.11)0.02
  Salted oleaginous appetizers
   No intakeRefRef 
   Intake1.16 (1.11, 1.22)1.11 (1.05, 1.17)0.0001
 Non salted oleaginous fruits
  No intakeRefRef 
  Intake1.22 (1.17, 1.28)1.16 (1.10, 1.22)< 0.0001
  1. 1Model adjusted for age and gender
  2. 2Model adjusted for age, gender, education level, occupational status, monthly income per household unit, energy intake (except for the model where energy intake was the outcome) BMI and depressive symptomatology
  3. 3P values based on logistic regression adjusted for age, gender, education level, occupational status, monthly income per household unit, energy intake, BMI and depressive symptomatology, with optimism as a continuous independent variable
  4. 4Reference