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Table 3 Relationship between total PUFA intake and the risk of NAFLD in different models

From: Total polyunsaturated fatty acid intake and the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in Chinese Han adults: a secondary analysis based on a case–control study

Variable Non-adjusted (OR, 95% CI, P) Adjust I (OR, 95% CI, P) Adjust II (OR, 95% CI, P)
Total PUFA intake (g/day) 1.13 (1.10, 1.17) < 0.0001 1.14 (1.11, 1.18) < 0.0001 1.18 (1.13, 1.23) < 0.0001
Total PUFA intake (g/day) (Quartile)
 Q1 Ref Ref Ref
 Q2 2.04 (1.42, 2.92) 0.0001 2.21 (1.52, 3.20) < 0.0001 2.57 (1.69, 3.90) < 0.0001
 Q3 3.09 (2.17, 4.41) < 0.0001 3.45 (2.39, 4.98) < 0.0001 3.84 (2.49, 5.93) < 0.0001
 Q4 5.28 (3.65, 7.64) < 0.0001 6.07 (4.12, 8.93) < 0.0001 8.30 (4.87, 14.13) < 0.0001
P for trend  < 0.0001  < 0.0001  < 0.0001
  1. Non-adjusted model adjust for: None
  2. Adjust I model adjust for: age, sex
  3. Adjust II model adjust for: age, sex, nut intake, energy intake, BMI, tea-drinking status, history of hypertension, MUFA intake, physical exercise, education, marital status
  4. Abbreviations as in Tables 1 and 2