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Table 3 Associations of MS components with consumption of several alcoholic beverages among cases of high MS components and healthy women *

From: Association of alcohol consumption and components of metabolic syndrome among people in rural China

  TG HDL Glucose SBP DBP Waist circumference
  Cases (%) OR (95% CI) Cases (%) OR (95% CI) Cases (%) OR (95% CI) Cases (%) OR (95% CI) Cases (%) OR (95% CI) Cases (%) OR (95% CI)
Alcohol from beer (g/d)
0 3078(26.6) 1.0 3048(27.4) 1.0 610(6.1) 1.0 3414(29.9) 1.0 1757(16.6) 1.0 6499(53.0) 1.0
≤3.1 102(24.5) 0.78(0.61-1.00) 83(21.0) 0.69(0.54-0.89) 14(3.9) 0.57(0.33-0.98) 123(29.9) 0.86(0.68-1.09) 71(18.3) 1.04(0.79-1.38) 257(59.0) 1.12(0.85-1.48)
≤6.2 86(23.4) 0.76(0.58-0.99) 73(20.4) 0.70(0.53-0.91) 22(6.7) 0.94(0.59-1.48) 121(32.3) 0.99(0.78-1.25) 64(18.5) 1.16(0.86-1.55) 217(54.5) 1.00(0.74-1.34)
>6.2 42(22.1) 0.72(0.50-1.04) 36(18.9) 0.61(0.42-0.88) 7(4.1) 0.56(0.26-1.22) 56(29.6) 0.81(0.57-1.15) 28(15.6) 0.85(0.55-1.32) 117(57.6) 1.30(0.88-1.92)
p for trend   0.0018   <0.0001   0.0723   0.2106   0.8447   0.2457
Alcohol from liquor (g/d)            
0 3206(26.4) 1.0 3158(27.0) 1.0 632(6.0) 1.0 3592(29.9) 1.0 1866(16.8) 1.0 6859(53.2) 1.0
≤6.2 41(24.6) 0.75(0.52-1.10) 39(24.8) 0.87(0.60-1.28) 11(7.6) 1.22(0.64-2.31) 55(33.3) 1.05(0.73-1.50) 25(17.1) 1.00(0.63-1.58) 95(54.0) 0.73(0.47-1.13)
≤20.5 26(24.8) 0.71(0.44-1.14) 17(17.4) 0.53(0.31-0.92) 2(2.3) 0.29(0.07-1.18) 25(25.8) 0.64(0.39-1.04) 9(9.7) 0.47(0.23-0.95) 62(57.9) 0.91(0.50-1.64)
>20.5 38(28.2) 1.00(0.66-1.49) 27(20.5) 0.70(0.45-1.09) 10(8.3) 1.11(0.56-2.20) 44(32.4) 0.88(0.59-1.31) 20(16.3) 0.90(0.54-1.51) 82(56.2) 1.15(0.71-1.87)
p for trend   0.2644   0.0105   0.6687   0.1981   0.1830   0.9317
Alcohol from rice wine (g/d)            
0 3093(26.7) 1.0 3070(27.4) 1.0 618(6.1) 1.0 3419(29.8) 1.0 1788(16.8) 1.0 6561(53.1) 1.0
≤4.1 68(22.4) 0.65(0.49-0.87) 60(20.6) 0.66(0.49-0.88) 12(4.5) 0.61(0.33-1.10) 90(29.7) 0.82(0.63-1.08) 42(15.1) 0.79(0.55-1.12) 183(56.8) 0.94(0.68-1.30)
≤12.8 73(24.6) 0.74(0.56-0.99) 50(17.9) 0.60(0.43-0.82) 12(4.6) 0.57(0.31-0.98) 91(31.5) 0.79(0.60-1.04) 46(17.0) 0.96(0.68-1.35) 174(57.1) 1.05(0.75-1.46)
>12.8 78(23.7) 0.76(0.58-0.98) 63(19.8) 0.70(0.53-0.94) 13(4.5) 0.57(0.32-0.99) 117(36.7) 1.10(0.85-1.42) 43(14.8) 0.87(0.62-1.23) 181(53.9) 1.17(0.85-1.61)
p for trend   0.0013   <0.0001   0.0044   0.5820   0.2929   0.4059
All sources of alcohol (g/d)            
0 2982(26.8) 1.0 2972(27.7) 1.0 593(6.2) 1.0 3265(29.7) 1.0 1701(16.7) 1.0 6262(52.9) 1.0
≤5.7 109(23.4) 0.72(0.57-0.91) 87(19.7) 0.62(0.49-0.80) 16(4.0) 0.52(0.31-0.87) 138(29.9) 0.85(0.68-1.07) 81(18.5) 1.06(0.81-1.38) 278(56.1) 0.99(0.76-1.29)
≤17.7 111(23.6) 0.72(0.57-0.90) 105(22.9) 0.78(0.62-0.98) 18(4.4) 0.56(0.35-0.92) 151(32.1) 0.90(0.73-1.12) 66(15.4) 0.84(0.64-1.21) 285(57.9) 1.20(0.92-1.55)
>17.7 110(23.4) 0.73(0.57-0.92) 79(17.4) 0.57(0.44-0.74) 27(6.4) 0.81(0.53-1.23) 162(35.1) 1.00(0.81-1.25) 72(16.7) 0.99(0.75-1.30) 274(55.7) 1.19(0.91-1.55)
p for trend   <0.0001   <0.0001   0.0144   0.4517   0.5634   0.1018
  1. *Abnormal TG, HDL, Glucose and blood pressure, respectively. All models were adjusted for age at interview, BMI, education, marriage status, personal income, occupation, exercise, smoking status, tea consumption, and intake of meat, fish, soy food, fruits and vegetables.