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Table 2 Reported intake of dairy products, dairy fat, total fiber and other foods in AOC subsamplea, b

From: Associations of dairy and fiber intake with circulating odd-chain fatty acids in post-myocardial infarction patients

 Mean ± SDMedian (Q1-Q3)
Total dairy343 ± 248294 (191–418)
High-fat dairy92 ± 9865 (37–113)
Low fat dairy251 ± 224201 (110–321)
Milk161 ± 183150 (21–167)
Yogurt75 ± 8556 (18–128)
Cheese26 ± 2620 (9–32)
Cream1 ± 20 (0–1)
Butter1 ± 50 (0–0)
Dairy desserts45 ± 6622 (13–58)
Ice-cream10 ± 199 (0–13)
Milk for coffee and creamers23 ± 525 (0–25)
Dairy fat13.6 ± 9.811.1 (7.3–17.2)
Fat from milk2.1 ± 3.01.3 (0.3–2.5)
Fat from yogurt0.8 ± 1.20.3 (0.1–1.4)
Fat from cheese6.4 ± 6.44.5 (2.3–7.7)
Fat from cream0.2 ± 0.40.0 (0.0–0.3)
Fat from butter0.9 ± 4.00.0 (0.0–0.0)
Fat from dairy desserts1.6 ± 2.60.5 (0.0–2.0)
Fat from ice-cream0.7 ± 1.40.7 (0.0–1.0)
Fat from milk for coffee and creamer0.9 ± 1.50.3 (0.0–1.2)
Total fiber21.5 ± 6.921.0 (16.7–25.1)
Total meat52 ± 3459 (30–72)
Ruminant meat18 ± 1517 (6–26)
Total fish17 ± 1914 (4–17)
  1. AOC Alpha Omega Cohort, Q quartile
  2. aIntake (not energy-adjusted) is reported in grams/day
  3. bIndividual dairy products were listed in Additional file 1: Table S1