Table 3

Associations between OA and nutrients intake, by occupational sector
Nutrient intake Unit All Bakers and pastry makers Hairdressers
Crude odds ratio* Adjustedodds ratio* Crude odds ratio* Adjustedodds ratio* Crude odds ratio* Adjustedodds ratio*
Energy intake Mcal 1.33 [1.07 - 1.65] 1.28 [1.01 - 1.60] 1.12 [0.86 - 1.44] 1.07 [0.81 - 1.41] 2.16 [1.15 - 4.07] 1.94 [1.00 - 3.72]
n-6:n-3 PUFA λ g 1.02 [0.91 - 1.13] 1.01 [0.91 - 1.13] 1.11 [0.96 - 1.28] 1.08 [0.92 - 1.25] 0.77 [0.56 – 1.06] 0.74 [0.50 - 1.10]
Vitamin A mg 1.16 [0.89 - 1,52] 1.22 [0.90 - 1.65] 0.93 [0.61 - 1.41] 0.90 [0.50 - 1.60] 4.08 [1.64 - 10.14] 3.47 [1.30 - 9.22]
Vitamin C dg 1.04 [0.81 - 1.33] 1.00 [0.76 - 1.33] 1.04 [0.78 - 1.39] 1.00 [0.69 - 1.43] 1.05 [0.63 - 1.73] 1.08 [0.63 - 1.85]
Vitamin D μg 1.15 [0.99 - 1.35] 1.13 [0.95 - 1.34] 1.01 [0.83 - 1.23] 1.01 [0.82 - 1.23] 1.75 [1.20 - 2.56] 1.71 [1.12 - 2.59]
Vitamin E cg 1.30 [0.98 - 1.71] 1.23 [0.90 - 1.67] 1.20 [0.86 - 1.68] 1.09 [0.76 - 1.57] 1.49 [0.89 - 2.50] 1.64 [0.91 - 2.94]

* OR per unit increase of each variable.

For personal atopy and body mass index.

λ Ratio polyunsaturated fatty acids of omega 6 (n-6 PUFA)/polyunsaturated fatty acids of omega 3 (n-3 PUFA).

Rémen et al.

Rémen et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:387   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-387

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