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Table 2 Nutrient availability in 50 households based on two household food inventories – unadjusted and AE-adjusted 1

From: Convenience stores are the key food environment influence on nutrients available from household food supplies in Texas Border Colonias

  Household nutrient availability AE-Adjusted household nutrient availability
  Mean ± SD Median Mean ± SD Median
Energy, kcal 119,899 ± 37,678 117,320 30,566.3 ± 10,992.9 30,002.9
Protein, g 3,363.4 ± 1,180.7 3,181.7 865.0 ± 373.9 832.4
Dietary fiber, g 681.2 ± 354.9 943.7 256.0 ± 126.3 235.2
Calcium, mg 20,516.9 ± 7,057.4 20,531.7 5,307.4 ± 2,271.7 4,704.1
Potassium, mg 108,649.7 ± 42,659.4 99,325.3 28,225.4 ± 13,399.9 25,688.4
Sodium, mg 110,220.5 ± 40,885.3 106,262.4 28,600.4 ± 12,965.3 28,416.6
Vitamin C, mg 2,964.4 ± 1,370.4 2,570.3 767.4 ± 400.0 673.5
Vitamin D, μg 184.2 ± 64.4 181.1 47.7 ± 20.7 44.8
Total sugars, g 2,920.9 ± 1,288.2 2,766.5 750.5 ± 341.8 712.3
Added sugars, g 2,133.8 ± 1,240.3 1,692.4 541.2 ± 294.6 501.8
Total fat, g 6,911 ± 2,559.2 6,905.4 1,753.7 ± 691.6 1,722.3
Saturated fat, g 2,026.1 ± 748.1 2,018.4 515.6 ± 206.0 504.3
  1. 1 AE-Adjusted (Adult-Equivalent Adjusted) using adult-equivalent adjustment constants for each household.