Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2014 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Lifestyle Behaviors and Self-Rated Health: The Living for Health Program

Table 3

Logistic regression: unadjusted and adjusted associations between lifestyle behaviors and poor/fair self-rated health for females.

VariablesUnadjustedAdjusted
OR95% CI for OR valueOR95% CI for OR value

F & V (servings/day)
 ≥5 per dayReferenceReference
 3-4 per day1.080.62–1.870.7831.030.59–1.820.907
 ≤2 per day2.271.39–3.700.0012.141.30–3.540.003
Fat intake
 Mostly low fat, some high fat/primary low fat foodsReferenceReference
 Both high fat and low fat about the same1.361.01–1.830.0411.461.07–2.010.018
 Primary high fat foods/mostly high fat, some low fat1.661.10–2.490.0151.581.03–2.430.036
Physical activity
 ≥5 days per weekReferenceReference
 1–4 days per week1.120.79–1.580.5171.080.75–1.550.663
 1–3 times per month or never1.641.18–2.290.0031.661.17–2.350.004

F & V = fruits and vegetables; OR = odds ratio; CI = confidential interval. The other covariates included in the models were age, BMI, smoking, ethnicity, health insurance, and comorbidities.

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