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Table 3 Multivariate associations between each substance and selected dietary practices in alternative high school students in the past 12 months (N = 145)

From: Substance use and dietary practices among students attending alternative high schools: results from a pilot study

  Substance use in the past 12 months a
Dietary Intake Cigarette Smoking
(n = 144)
Alcohol Use
(n = 144)
Marijuana Use
(n = 145)
  Estimate (b) 95% CI p-value Estimate (b) 95% CI p-value Estimate (b) 95% CI p-value
Regular soda times/wk 1.22 (0.25,2.2) 0.019 0.79 (-0.78,2.39) 0.295 1.05 (-0.14,2.25) 0.093
Sports drinks times/wk -0.08 (-0.79,0.63) 0.972 0.03 (-1.12,1.20) 0.847 -0.41 (-1.28,0.45) 0.838
Other sugar-sweetened beverages times/wk 0.77 (- 0.05,1.61) 0.071 1.34 (0.02,2.67) 0.079 -0.08 (-1.10,0.94) 0.893
Fast food restaurant times/wk 0.26 (0.09,0.42) 0.002 0.18 (-0.09,0.46) 0.194 0.10 (-0.10,0.30) 0.329
High-fat foods times/wk 1.24 (0.07,2.41) 0.037 2.61 (0.76,4.45) 0.005 1.51 (0.10,2.92) 0.035
Fruits/vegetables servings/day 0.11 (-0.30,0.53) 0.498 -0.33 (-1.00,0.33) 0.463 -0.32 (-0.82,0.18) 0.287
  1. a All estimates are adjusted for age, gender, race, and SES