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Table 3 Multivariate association between total dietary fructose intake and metabolic syndrome components: Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study

From: Dietary fructose and risk of metabolic syndrome in adults: Tehran Lipid and Glucose study

  WC TG FBS HDL-C SBP DBP
Men 0.158 (0.001) 0.076 (0.08) 0.115 (0.007) -0.066 (0.12) 0.103 (0.016) 0.167 (0.001)
Women 0.155 (0.001) 0.130 (0.001) 0.135 (0.001) -0.012 (0.76) 0.164 (0.001) 0.115 (0.006)
  1. Values are standardized coefficient β (P value) were determined using the linear regression model with adjustment for age, physical activity, body mass index (except for waist circumference and metabolic syndrome), smoking status, energy intake, dietary intake of carbohydrate, fat, simple sugar (except fructose), and fiber. WC; Waist circumference, TG; Triglycerides, FBS; Fasting blood glucose, HDL-C; High density lipoprotein, SBP; Systolic blood pressure, DBP; Diastolic blood pressure.