Cardiology Research and Practice / 2011 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Possible Association of High Urinary Magnesium and Taurine to Creatinine Ratios with Metabolic Syndrome Risk Reduction in Australian Aboriginals

Table 5

Adjusted odds ratios of urine Mg/cre and Tau/cre according to eating habit.

  High Mg/creHigh Tau/cre
OR (95% CI)P-valueOR (95% CI)P-value

MeatLow11
High1.07 (0.19–6.05).942.06 (0.33–12.82).44
FatNo11
Yes0.12 (0.02–0.59)<.010.24 (0.04–1.30).10
FishLow11
High1.69 (0.42–6.83).463.17 (0.63–16.08).16
VegetablesLow11
High1.87 (0.37–9.51).451.27 (0.20–8.06).80
FruitsLow11
High1.18 (0.20–6.77).860.31 (0.05–2.15).24
Fast foodLow11
High0.80 (0.17–3.90).780.11 (0.02–0.69)<.05
Soft drinks Low11
High1.16 (0.29–4.71).830.93 (0.20–4.38).92

Data are adjusted by age and sex.

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