Prudent and traditional dietary patterns are positively and negatively associated with bone mineral density in Iranian adults, respectively

After controlling for age, body mass index, physical activity, energy intake, sunlight exposure, gender, education, employment status, supplement intake, and smoking in the analysis of covariance models, multivariable adjusted means of femoral neck bone mineral density of participants in the highest tertile of the prudent pattern score were significantly higher than those in the lowest tertile

Aida Najafi

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • After controlling for age, body mass index, physical activity, energy intake, sunlight exposure, gender, education, employment status, supplement intake, and smoking in the analysis of covariance models, multivariable adjusted means of femoral neck bone mineral density of participants in the highest tertile of the prudent pattern score were significantly higher than those in the lowest tertile
  • After controlling for age, body mass index, physical activity, energy intake, sunlight exposure, gender, education, employment status, supplement intake, and smoking in the analysis of covariance models, multivariable adjusted means of femoral neck BMD of participants in the highest tertile of the prudent pattern score were significantly higher than those in the lowest tertile
  • Multivariable adjusted means of lumbar spine BMD of participants in the highest tertile of the traditional pattern score were significantly lower than those in the lowest tertile
  • The authors would like to thank the participants for their enthusiastic and kind cooperation

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