Journal of Obesity / 2020 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Metabolomic Links between Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake and Obesity

Table 3

The ten metabolites that are significantly associated with both SSB intake and BMI and overrepresented in the PC/PE biosynthetic pathways.

Metabolic pathways/metaboliteSSB intakeBMI
BetaSE valueBetaSE value

Phosphatidylcholine (PC)
1-Stearoyl-2-linoleoyl-GPC (18 : 0/18 : 2)0.0160.0080.033−2.9751.2181.48E − 02
1,2-Dilinoleoyl-GPC (18 : 2/18 : 2)0.0390.0160.014−2.9760.6669.14E − 06
1-Palmitoyl-2-stearoyl-GPC (16 : 0/18 : 0)0.0360.0120.002−2.5710.7831.08E − 03
1-Linoleoyl-2-linolenoyl-GPC (18 : 2/18 : 3)0.0760.0300.011−0.9100.2401.57E − 04

Lysophospholipid (LPL)
1-Palmitoyl-GPC (16 : 1)0.0710.0174.27E − 05−0.8930.3671.53E − 02
1-Palmitoyl-GPC (16 : 0)0.0200.0093.03E − 02−7.3371.4737.84E − 07
1-Oleoyl-GPE (18 : 1)0.0490.0212.02E − 02−1.2160.3669.42E − 04
1-Linoleoyl-GPE (18 : 2)0.0610.0191.21E − 03−1.3560.3682.44E − 04
1-Oleoyl-GPI (18 : 1)0.0530.0253.28E − 02−1.2050.3393.93E − 04
1-Oleoyl-GPC (18 : 1)0.0280.0132.99E − 02−4.9170.7928.80E − 10

All , beta, and SE values were estimated based on a linear regression model adjusted for age, sex, smoking, alcohol use, and physical activity score.

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