Journal of Obesity / 2019 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Development of a Dietary Factor Assessment Tool for Evaluating Associations between Visceral Fat Accumulation and Major Nutrients in Japanese Adults

Table 1

Anthropometric parameters of participants in Survey 1 and Survey 2.

SexAgenAge (years)BMI (kg/m2)Waist (cm)VFA (cm2)t-test1

Survey 1Male20–29131726.3 ± 2.021.9 ± 2.878.1 ± 7.656 ± 37
30–39188834.5 ± 2.923.0 ± 3.181.5 ± 8.276 ± 42
40–49281044.9 ± 2.623.6 ± 3.084.5 ± 8.090 ± 42
50–59204654.1 ± 2.923.7 ± 2.885.5 ± 8.095 ± 41
60+31161.9 ± 2.323.7 ± 2.486.2 ± 6.4100 ± 37
Female20–2967826.0 ± 2.120.0 ± 2.572.0 ± 6.433 ± 19
30–39102934.6 ± 2.920.5 ± 2.674.4 ± 7.039 ± 21
40–49102943.9 ± 2.721.1 ± 3.077.0 ± 8.147 ± 26
50–5930053.4 ± 2.721.5 ± 3.078.8 ± 8.654 ± 28
60+3062.0 ± 1.622.7 ± 3.182.8 ± 10.668 ± 36

Survey 2Male30–3911335.2 ± 3.023.6 ± 3.283.0 ± 9.30.028
40–4911844.3 ± 2.924.0 ± 2.984.2 ± 7.6n.s.
50–596853.1 ± 2.723.8 ± 3.586.2 ± 8.2n.s.
60+7563.5 ± 3.023.4 ± 2.387.1 ± 6.6n.s.
Female30–393834.4 ± 3.020.6 ± 3.470.5 ± 8.1n.s.
40–494243.8 ± 2.621.5 ± 2.872.8 ± 8.6n.s.
50–597253.4 ± 2.521.4 ± 3.673.5 ± 10.4n.s.
60+5363.0 ± 2.722.4 ± 3.578.8 ± 11.1n.s.

Mean ± SD. BMI: body mass index; VFA: visceral fat area. 1Differences in BMI in each sex and age group between Survey 1 and Survey 2.