Table 3: Associations of dietary intake patterns with underweight or overweight/obesity in Georgia centenarians.

BMI ≤20aBMI ≥ 25b
Independent VariableOdds ratio (95% CI)POdds ratio (95% CI)P

Meat, <2 servings/day0.83 (0.40–1.70).6081.17 (0.54–2.53).685
Dairy, <2 serving/day0.93 (0.48–1.78).8191.18 (0.57–2.42).660
Fruit & vegetables, <3 servings/day0.75 (0.35–1.59).4502.12 (1.04–4.32).039
Orange/yellow vegetables, <4 servings/week1.17 (0.56–2.44).6842.27 (1.11–4.65).025
Citrus fruit, <1 serving/day0.77 (0.40–1.50).4452.40 (1.20–4.76).013
Noncitrus fruit, <1 serving/day0.73 (0.36–1.45).3622.18 (1.09–4.38).028

aDetermined by a series of logistic regression analyses with BMI ≤20 versus BMI ≥20 as the dependent variable, controlled for gender, race, and residence.
bDetermined by a series of logistic regression analyses with BMI ≥25 versus BMI <25 as the dependent variable, controlled for gender, race, and residence.