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Table 3 The association between dietary behavior and depression score

From: Association between dietary behaviors and depression in adolescent girls

Dietary habits Beta 95%confidence interval P-value#
Consumption of main meal
 Crude −0.120 −3.054 to −0.808 0.001*
 Model I −0.127 −3.344 to − 0.797 0.001*
 Model II −0.139 −3.600 to − 0.976 0.001*
 Model III −0.141 −3.644 to −1.000 0.001*
Snack consumption
 Crude −0.103 −2.211 to − 0.485 0.002*
 Model I −0.096 −2.302 to − 0.292 0.011
 Model II −0.098 −2.371 to − 0.297 0.012
 Model III −0.100 −2.400 to − 0.317 0.011
Regular meal consumption
 Crude −0.117 − 1.773 to − 0.482 0.001*
 Model I −0.150 −2.221 to − 0.748 < 0.001*
 Model II − 0.151 − 2.261 to − 0.743 < 0.001*
 Model III − 0.152 − 2.279 to − 0.753 < 0.001*
Rate of food chewing
 Crude − 0.071 − 2.570 to − 0.109 0.033
 Model I − 0.080 −2.979 to − 0.137 0.032
 Model II − 0.076 − 2.911 to − 0.030 0.045
 Model III − 0.081 −3.035 to − 0.125 0.033
Breakfast consumption
 Crude − 0.061 − 1.011 to 0.071 0.088
 Model I − 0.073 −1.216 to 0.043 0.068
 Model II −0.066 −1.185 to 0.108 0.102
 Model III −0.065 −1.179 to 0.125 0.113
Intra-meal fluid intake
 Crude 0.096 0.288 to 1.535 0.004*
 Model I 0.079 0.059 to 1.491 0.034
 Model II 0.078 0.030 to 1.494 0.041
 Model III 0.070 −0.048 to1.433 0.067
Consumption of fried foods
 Crude 0.018 −0.715 to1.219 0.609
 Model I 0.023 −0.786 to 1.487 0.545
 Model II 0.017 −0.906 to 1.423 0.663
 Model III 0.020 −0.876 to 1.472 0.619
Consumption of spicy foods
 Crude 0.076 0.098 to 1.508 0.026
 Model I 0.066 −0.095 to 1.538 0.083
 Model II 0.068 −0.089 to 1.580 0.080
 Model III 0.066 −0.120 to 1.567 0.093
Ability of chewing
 Crude 0.047 −0.726 to 4.502 0.157
 Model I 0.029 −1.736 to 4.019 0.436
 Model II 0.029 −1.777 to 4.039 0.445
 Model III 0.032 −1.693 to 4.151 0.409
Tooth loss
 Crude 0.037 −0.305 to 1.103 0.266
 Model I 0.011 −0.683 to 0.928 0.766
 Model II 0.009 −0.716 to 0.921 0.806
 Model III 0.003 −0.802 to 0.863 0.943
  1. Model I: adjusted for age and energy intake; Model II: additionally, adjusted for physical activity, menstruation and academic degrees of parents. Model III: further adjustments for BMI and other dietary behaviour
  2. # obtained from logistic regression
  3. * Significant after Bonferroni correction