Journal of Food Quality / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

The Effect of Daily Walnut Consumption on Dyslipidemia

Table 1

Baseline values of demographic characteristics, anthropometric measurements, and blood lipid parameters between control and subject groups.

VariableControl group ()Subject group ()MVU-t value value

Gender (male/female)24 (33.3%)/48 (66.7%)25 (34.2%)/48 (65.8%)
Age (years)40.7 ± 9.5941.0 ± 10.84−0.160.87
Height167.4 ± 9.10166.8 ± 8.202.560.79
Weight (kg)85.0 ± 13.1886.3 ± 11.172.800.48
BMI (kg/m2)30.1 ± 2.9130.9 ± 2.552.970.16
WC (cm)103.5 ± 9.36104.4 ± 9.842.750.61
TC (mg/dl)251.5 ± 27.54249.2 ± 39.162.300.20
HDL (mg/dl)48.5 ± 9.5747.0 ± 10.160.970.33
LDL (mg/dl)152.2 ± 16.31152.2 ± 15.922.640.95
VLDL (mg/dl)49.5 ± 13.6349.9 ± 14.552.630.97
TG (mg/dl)247.5 ± 68.16249.6 ± 72.612.630.98

MVU-t, Mann–Whitney U test; Independent samples t-test-t value; BMI, Body Mass Index; WC, waist circumference; TC, total cholesterol; HDL, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol; LDL, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol; VLDL, very low-density lipoprotein cholesterol.

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