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Table 2 Association between dietary factors and lipids in PRECISE and Caerphilly Prospective studies

From: Association of apolipoprotein E gene polymorphisms with blood lipids and their interaction with dietary factors

PRECISE study
Association between dietary factors and total cholesterol
Fat total energy % intake
Beta (± S.E), Passociation
Protein total energy % intake
Beta (± S.E), Passociation
Carbohydrate total energy % intake
Beta (± S.E), Passociation
0.01 (0.01)
0.47
−0.01 (0.01)
0.13
−0.004 (0.01)
0.40
Association between three dietary factors and HDL-C high density lipoprotein
Fat total energy % intake Protein total energy % intake Carbohydrate total energy % intake
−0.002 (0.002)
0.29
−0.002 (0.004)
0.59
− 0.004 (0.002)
0.02
Caerphilly Prospective study
Association between three dietary factors and total cholesterol
Fat total energy % intake
Beta (± S.E), Passociation
Protein total energy % intake
Beta (± S.E), Passociation
Carbohydrate total energy % intake
Beta (± S.E), Passociation
0.01 (0.004)
0.06
−0.01 (0.01)
0.26
−0.01 (0.004)
0.17
  1. HDL-C, high density lipoprotein cholesterol
  2. P values were obtained using linear regression adjusted for age, sex, body mass index and country