Journal of Diabetes Research / 2020 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Perceived Stress and Adherence to the Dietary Recommendations and Blood Glucose Levels in Type 1 Diabetes

Table 5

The multivariable association between perceived stress score and diet score divided by BMI classification.

 kg/m2 kg/m2
(95% Wald CI) (95% Wald CI)

Diet score-0.17 (-0.27–-0.06)0.002-0.07 (-0.14–-0.01)0.022
Components of the diet score
 Fish0.01 (-0.03–0.03)0.760-0.02 (-0.04–-0.01)0.002
 Fresh vegetables-0.01 (-0.04–0.02)0.373-0.02 (-0.04–-0.01)0.023
 Cooked vegetables0.00 (-0.03–0.03)0.9850.00 (-0.02–0.02)0.880
 Fruits and berries0.00 (-0.02–0.03)0.949-0.01 (-0.03–0.01)0.341
 Sweet pastry-0.01 (-0.04–0.01)0.3030.00 (-0.02–0.02)0.964
 Sweets and chocolate-0.02 (-0.05–0.01)0.1150.00 (-0.02–0.02)0.938
 Soft drinks-0.02 (-0.04–0.00)0.0890.01 (-0.01–0.03)0.326
 Low-fat liquid milk products-0.02 (-0.05–-0.01)0.043-0.02 (-0.03–0.00)0.088
 Vegetable oil spreads-0.03 (-0.06–0.00)0.0710.01 (-0.02–0.03)0.657
 Vegetable oil cooking fats-0.03 (-0.06–-0.01)0.039-0.02 (-0.04–-0.01)0.010
 Salt-0.02 (-0.04–0.00)0.0530.00 (-0.01–0.02)0.663

Generalized linear regression analysis. BMI: body mass index; CI: confidence interval. All models are adjusted for age, sex, and estimated glomerular filtration rate.