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Table 5 Odds ratios pertaining to health status and breakfast eating frequency via multinomial logistic regression modeling

From: Associations between breakfast eating habits and health-promoting lifestyle, suboptimal health status in Southern China: a population based, cross sectional study

Independent variables Breakfast eating frequency
Scarcely Sometimes Always
Ba OR (95% CI) p-value Ba OR (95% CI) p-value  
SHS 1.010 2.745 (2.468-3.053) 0.000 0.549 1.731 (1.595-1.879) 0.000 Reference
Physiological 0.486 1.625 (1.468-1.800) 0.000 0.238 1.268 (1.158-1.389) 0.000 Reference
Physiological 0.463 1.588 (1.412-1.786) 0.000 0.270 1.310 (1.182-1.451) 0.000 Reference
Social 0.605 1.830 (1.612-2.078) 0.000 0.352 1.422 (1.280-1.579) 0.000 Reference
Disease 0.630 1.878 (1.673-2.108) 0.000 0.294 1.341 (1.227-1.466) 0.000 Reference
  1. aUnstandardized regression coefficients.
  2. The model is adjusted for demographic variables include age, gender, BMI, married status, education level, occupation, drinking, and smoking.