Table 4: Associations of underweight or overweight/obesity with health conditions or indicators in Georgia centenarians.

BMI ≤20aBMI ≥ 25b
Dependent variableOdds ratio (95% CI)POdds ratio (95% CI)P

Diabetes
 Model 10.91 (0.30–2.69).8582.86 (1.02–7.99).045
 Model 20.89 (0.30–2.64).8373.11 (1.11–8.75).031
Anemia
 Model 12.47 (1.32–4.62).0040.72 (0.38–1.36).309
 Model 22.47 (1.32–4.62).0050.72 (0.38–1.37).318
Systolic BP ≥140 mmHg
 Model 10.72 (0.32–1.61).4252.09 (1.02–4.27).043
 Model 20.70 (0.31–1.57).3852.26 (1.09–4.69).029
Diastolic BP ≥90 mmHg
 Model 10.81 (0.25–3.18).7602.96 (0.98–9.01).055
 Model 20.71 (0.18–2.79).6213.81 (1.21–12.05).022
CVD
 Model 10.54 (0.29–1.01).0531.85 (0.94–3.64).074
 Model 20.53 (0.28–1.00).0481.95 (0.98–3.88).058
History of cancer
 Model 11.09 (0.58–2.07).7910.82 (0.40–1.66).575
 Model 21.08 (0.57–2.05).8180.87 (0.42–1.77).694
Stroke
 Model 10.91 (0.46–1.82).7911.18 (0.57–2.47).655
 Model 20.91 (0.46–1.83).7941.18 (0.56–2.47).667
Depression
 Model 11.12 (0.49–2.57).7820.89 (0.32–2.50).829
 Model 21.22 (0.53–2.80).6400.91 (0.32–2.58).854

aDetermined by a series of logistic regression analyses with BMI ≤20 versus BMI >20 as an independent variable, controlled for gender, race, and residence (Model 1) or for gender, race, residence, and total fruit and vegetable intake (<3 servings/day = 1; >3 servings/day = 0) (Model 2).
bDetermined by a series of logistic regression analyses with BMI ≥25 versus BMI <25 as an independent variable, controlled for gender, race, and residence (Model 1) or for gender, race, residence, and total fruit and vegetable intake (<3 servings/day = 1; >3 servings/day = 0) (Model 2).