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Table 4 The association between dietary pattern and RMR across deviation of normal RMR

From: The healthy/unhealthy dietary pattern is associated with resting metabolic rate status among women with overweight/obesity

   DNR β OR (95% CI) P
Healthy diet
Low Crude model Dec. RMR − 0.42 0.65 (0.33–1.27) 0.21
Inc. RMR −0.43 0.65 (0.25–1.66) 0.36
Adjusted model a Dec. RMR −1.00 0.36 (0.14–0.91) 0.03
Inc. RMR −0.64 0.52 (0.14–1.92) 0.32
Medium Crude model Dec. RMR −0.61 0.54 (0.28–1.05) 0.07
Inc. RMR −0.81 0.44 (0.16–1.17) 0.10
Adjusted model Dec. RMR −0.84 0.42 (0.18–0.97) 0.04
Inc. RMR −0.68 0.50 (0.15–1.66) 0.26
Unhealthy diet
Low Crude model Dec. RMR 0.15 1.16 (0.62–2.19) 0.62
Inc. RMR −0.18 0.83 (0.27–2.53) 0.74
Adjusted model Dec. RMR 0.0001 0.1 (0.42–2.35) 0.99
Inc. RMR −0.86 0.42 (0.09–1.88) 0.25
Medium Crude model Dec. RMR −0.03 0.97 (0.50–1.85) 0.92
Inc. RMR −0.95 2.59 (1.01–6.65) 0.04
Adjusted model Dec. RMR −0.10 0.89 (0.39–2.02) 0.79
Inc. RMR 0.87 2.39 (0.73–7.80) 0.14
  1. RMR resting metabolic rate, DNR deviation of normal resting metabolic rate, Dec. RMR decreased of normal status of resting metabolic rate, Inc. RMR increased of normal status of resting metabolic rate, OR odd ratio, CI confidence interval.
  2. N = 304
  3. ¶ P-values are resulted from multinomial logistic regression
  4. The higher adherence to the both dietary patterns was considered as the reference category in all analyses
  5. Results were demonstrated as odds ratios [ORs] and 95% confidence intervals [CIs] compared with the DNR groups. a adjusted model: adjusted for age, FFM, physical activity (METs/d), energy intake