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Table 3 Daily food intake of patients with psoriatic arthritis, according food intake records

From: Higher bodily adiposity, fat intake, and cholesterol serum levels are associated with higher disease activity in psoriatic arthritis patients: is there a link among fat and skin and joint involvement?

NutrientMean (SD) Recommendation (Male/Female)
 TotalMaleFemale
Energy (Kcal)1955.9 (730.0)2291.7 (649.7)1683.5 (681.0)
Carbohydrate (g)257.9 (48.2)259.7 (55.3)256.3 (42.1)130/130
Protein (g)85.9 (17.4)88.9 (17.0)83.5 (17.5)56/46
Lipid (g)63.0 (17.1)59.8 (14.9)65.5 (18.3)
SFA (g)21.6 (9.3)19.7 (6.3)23.2 (11.0)
MUFA (g)12.0 (5.4)11.9 (5.9)12.1 (5.0)
PUFA (g)4.19 (2.72)4.14 (2.23)4.22 (3.06)
Cholesterol (mg)222.5 (93.6)217.4 (87.6)226.5 (98.8)**
Trans fat (g)0.99 (0.62)0.94 (0.24)1.03 (0.08)**
Sugar (g)88.2 (39.5)88.7 (51.4)87.8 (27.1)143/105
Fibers (g)2.38 (0.38)2.40 (0.36)2.36 (0.39)30/ 21
Omega 3 (g)0.37 (0.12)0.37 (0.11)0.36 (0.13)1.5–3.0/ 1.1–2.2
Omega 6 (g)2.14 (1.49)2.13 (1.55)2.15 (1.45)12.7–25.4/ 9.3–18.7
Sodium (mg)2578.6 (784.4)2589.5 (925.7)2569.6 (657.0)1300/1300
  1. Results shown as mean and standard deviation (SD). SFA Saturated fatty acid, MUFA monounsaturated fatty acid, PUFA Polyunsaturated fatty acid, REq Retinol equivalent, Energy adjusted (2). Recommendation according Estimated Average Requirements (3)
  2. **As low as possible while consuming a nutritionally adequate diet