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Table 2 Results from multi-adjusted ordinal logistic regression analysis that evaluated the association between dietary fats intake (independent factors) and the level of CVD risk factors (dependent outcome) among elderly men and women (the MEDIS study).

From: Dietary meat fats and burden of cardiovascular disease risk factors, in the elderly: a report from the MEDIS study

Independent factors Odds ratio for 5% increase 95% confidence interval
Model 1: total fat (%Energy) 1.00 0.92 - 1.10
Model 2: fat from meat (%Energy) 1.21 1.06 - 1.39
Model 3: fat from fish (%Energy) 0.94 0.75 - 1.17
Model 4: fat from high carbohydrates foods (%Energy) 0.81 0.51 - 1.29
Model 5: fat from sweets (%Energy) 0.93 0.84 - 1.03
Model 6: fat from olive oil (%Energy) 1.03 0.97 - 1.09
  1. All models have been adjusted for age, sex, body mass index, MedDietScore, smoking habits and physical activity status.