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Table 1 Population characteristics

From: Association between added sugar intake and micronutrient dilution: a cross-sectional study in two adult Swedish populations

 Riksmaten AdultsMalmö Diet and Cancer Study
Added Sugar Intake (%E)TotalAdded Sugar Intake (%E)Total
<  5%5–7.5%7.5–10%10–15%15–20%>  20%<  5%5–7.5%7.5–10%10–15%15–20%>  20%
Total; N (%)273 (15.2%)393 (21.9%)386 (21.5%)521 (29.0%)175 (9.7%)49 (2.7%)17971061 (8.7%)2291 (18.7%)3218 (26.3%)424 (34.7%)1107 (9.1%)312 (2.5%)12,238
 Age, years; mean (SD)48.1 (15.2)50.2 (16.2)50.1 (16.0)47.1 (17.2)43.4 (17.0)40.6 (18.5)48.0 (16.6)56.8 (5.9)57.3 (6.0)57.6 (6.0)57.9 (6.1)57.6 (6.1)58.3 (5.9)57.6 (6.0)
 BMI, kg/m2; mean (SD)26.0 (4.4)25.8 (4.4)25.5 (4.1)25.1 (4.3)25.3 (4.4)24.5 (4.1)25.5 (4.3)26.0 (4.2)25.7 (3.8)25.5 (3.7)25.4 (3.7)25.2 (3.7)25.1 (4.1)25.5 (3.8)
Males; N (%)131 (16.5%)172 (21.7%)166 (21.0%)231 (29.2%)78 (9.8%)14 (1.8%)792525 (9.6%)1030 (18.8%)1443 (26.4%)1814 (33.2%)506 (9.2%)151 (2.8%)5469
 Age, years; mean (SD)48.0 (16.3)50.1 (15.9)50.8 (16.2)49.5 (16.8)45.8 (16.2)43.9 (20.4)49.2 (16.4)56.9 (6.0)57.4 (6.1)57.8 (6.0)57.8 (6.1)57.7 (6.2)58.3 (5.9)57.7 (6.1)
 BMI, kg/m2; mean (SD)27.0 (4.0)26.5 (4.1)25.8 (3.4)25.5 (3.7)25.8 (3.9)25.6 (4.2)26.0 (3.8)26.7 (3.8)26.2 (3.4)26.0 (3.3)25.8 (3.4)25.7 (3.1)25.6 (3.6)26.0 (3.4)
Females; N (%)142 (14.1%)221 (22.0%)220 (21.9%)290 (28.9%)97 (9.7%)35 (3.4%)1005536 (7.9%)1261 (18.6%)1775 (26.2%)2435 (36.0%)601 (8.9%)161 (2.4%)6769
 Age, years; mean (SD)48.1 (14.1)50.2 (16.5)49.5 (15.9)45.2 (17.3)41.5 (17.5)39.3 (17.9)47.1 (16.7)56.6 (5.9)57.1 (5.9)57.4 (6.1)58.0 (6.0)57.6 (6.0)58.4 (5.9)57.5 (6.0)
 BMI, kg/m2; mean (SD)25.1 (4.6)25.2 (4.6)25.3 (4.5)24.7 (4.7)24.9 (4.7)24.0 (4.0)25.0 (4.6)25.4 (4.3)25.3 (4.1)25.1 (4.0)25.0 (3.9)24.7 (4.1)24.6 (4.6)25.1 (4.0)
  1. Population characteristics for the total sample, for males and for females by added-sugar group from the Riksmaten Adults 2010–11 (N = 1797) and the Malmö Diet and Cancer Study (N = 12,238)
  2. For the total population columns, the means and standard deviations (in brackets) are presented. For the sugar group columns, the means and standard deviations (in brackets) are presented, obtained via ANOVA are presented
  3. BMI Body Mass Index, N Number of Observations, SD Standard Deviation