Table 4: Logistic regression analysis for the association of reduced plasma HDL-c concentration with the dietary intake parameters.

Model 1Model 2

% CHO (≥50% VERSUS <50%)1.258 (0.958–1.636)1.373 (1.046 – 1.803)
% Protein (≤15% VERSUS >15%)0.916 (0.689–1.218)0.982 (0.731–1.318)
% Fat (<35% VERSUS ≥35%)1.188 (0.883–1.599)1.238 (0.907–1.690)
% Saturated fat (≤10 VERSUS >10%)1.045 (0.731–1.493)1.082 (0.747–1.568)
% Monounsaturated fat (≤20% VERSUS >20%)1.799 (0.327–9.906)1.876 (0.311–10.642)
% Polyunsaturated fat (≤10 VERSUS >10%)1.229 (0.740–2.040)1.183 (0.705–1.984)
Cholesterol (<200 mg VERSUS >200 mg)1.005 (0.683–1.478)1.012 (0.666–1.536)
Cereals (≥5 VERSUS <5 servings)0.861 (0.540–1.374)1.129 (0.665–1.916)
Fruits (≥3 VERSUS <3 servings)0.845 (0.574–1.246)0.903 (0.604–1.351)
Vegetables (≥4 VERSUS <4 servings)1.041 (0.665–1.620)1.033 (0.643–1.653)
Legumes (≤2 VERSUS >2 servings)1.123 (0.777–1.621)1.223 (0.823–1.816)
Dairy (≥3 VERSUS <3 servings)0.911 (0.529–1.569)1.100 (0.563–1.812)
Meat (≤2 VERSUS >2 servings)0.988 (0.678–1.470)0.905 (0.583–1.400)
Oil (≤2 VERSUS >2 servings)0.728 (0.499–1.061)0.797 (0.521–1.220)
Variety (≥8 VERSUS <8)0.697 (0.288–1.688)0.803 (0.326–1.976)
Fiber (≥20 g VERSUS <20 g)0.988 (0.708–1.406)1.168 (0.810–1.682)
Health Eat Index (>100 VERSUS ≤100 points)0.768 (0.399–1.480)0.664 (0.330–1.337)

Model 1 = crude
Model 2 = adjust for sex, age, total energy intake and body mass index.