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Table 2 Odds ratios for the associations between time scarcity, sociodemographic correlates, weight status and high consumption of ultra-processed foods

From: The association between time scarcity, sociodemographic correlates and consumption of ultra-processed foods among parents in Norway: a cross-sectional study

  Ultra-processed dinner products Snacks & Soft drinks Fast food away from home
Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Model 5 Model 6
OR 95% Cl OR 95% Cl OR 95% Cl OR 95% Cl OR 95% Cl OR 95% Cl
Time scarcity
 Medium (vs. low) 3.04* 2.01–4.59 3.68* 2.32–5.84 1.46 0.98–2.17 1.63* 1.06–2.49 2.19* 1.46–3.28 2.60* 1.62–4.18
 High (vs. low) 2.66* 1.66–4.27 3.10* 1.80–5.35 1.36 0.86–2.16 1.57 0.94–2.61 1.62* 1.02–2.56 1.90* 1.08–3.32
Sex
 Men (vs. women)    2.58* 1.65–4.06    1.08 0.71–1.62    3.78* 2.35–6.08
 Ethnicity
 Native (vs. non-native)    1.98* 1.11–3.53    1.87* 1.08–3.23    4.79* 2.50–9.15
BMI
 Overweight/obese (vs. normal weight)    1.54* 1.04–2.30    1.18 0.81–1.71    3.40* 2.26–5.11
Education
 Higher education (vs. no higher education)    0.61* 0.40–0.92    0.55* 0.37–0.81    0.68 0.45–1.04
Number of children in the household
 2 (vs. 1)    1.33 0.86–2.07    0.75 0.50–1.14    0.86 0.54–1.38
 ≥3 (vs. 1)    4.22* 2.26–7.89    1.75 1.00–3.08    1.53 0.82–2.85
Age
 Continous (years)    0.93* 0.89–0.97    0.98 0.94–1.02    0.90* 0.86–0.94
  1. OR: Odds ratio; Cl: Confidence interval; *p < 0.05