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Table 4 Final models for the relationships between dietary fat intake (% of energy) and changes in body composition at 12 wk1

From: Dietary fat and not calcium supplementation or dairy product consumption is associated with changes in anthropometrics during a randomized, placebo-controlled energy-restriction trial

Anthropometrics Dietary Intake Model R Adjusted R2 Model < P
LM change (%) MUFA 0.59 0.24 0.01
BF change (%) MUFA 0.63 0.30 0.01
WC change (%)2 PUFA 0.69 0.38 0.001
  1. 1 Stepwise regression (n = 61) was used to determine relationships between reported dietary fat intake and changes in body composition. Dependent variables included changes in anthropometrics and independent variables included reported intakes of SFA, MUFA and PUFA (% of energy). Final models were adjusted for site, sex, age, energy, protein (g/d), physical activity at 12 wk; and HOMA-IR at baseline. LM, lean mass; BF, body fat; WC, waist circumference.
  2. 2 n = 59