Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Dietary Diversity and Associated Factors among Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinic in Shashemane, Oromia, Central Ethiopia: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 4

Factors associated with dietary diversity of pregnant women attending antenatal clinics in Shashemane town, Oromia, Central Ethiopia, in 2017 ().

VariableCategoryDietary diversityCOR (95% CI)AOR (95% CI)
AdequateInadequate

Educational level of womenNo formal education81511
Primary education201722.15 (0.25, 4.67)
Secondary education17351.78 (0.01, 0.68)2.31 (2.32, 8.72)
College and above35132.5 (2.6, 7.65)3.18 (1.8, 6.35)

Occupation of wifeEmployee30422.25 (3.52, 10.9)3.17 (0.63, 7.65)
Housewife1511411
Merchant32601.57 (0.68, 5.36)
Others5172.05 (0.17, 9.15)

Household income<20003022211
2000–35002892.56 (1.47, 8.26)2.12 (0.35, 6.58)
>35002261.85 (2.59, 10.2)2.24 (1.47, 7.78)

Livestock ownershipYes60882.31 (1.89, 6.45)4.15 (2.07, 9.86)
No1515211

Land ownershipYes4819711
No32730.05 (0.23, 0.95)0.4 (0.42, 5.69)

Household size1–3661913.15 (1.05, 8.53)2.75 (0.98, 9.37)
3–610352.43 (0.54, 7.85)
>641011

MorbidityYes538311
No271500.45 (0.45, 0.94)0.37 (0.26, 8.35)

Husbands’ supportYes60452.92 (3.42, 11.6)3.49 (1.12, 8.23)
No2019011

ShoppingYes702022.03 (1.28, 7.98)2.54 (3.27, 9.83)
No103311

Statistical significance at value < 0.05 with 95% CI.

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