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Table 3 Relative risk (OR) of ID ACE polymorphism for carbohydrate intake in the total cohort studied and subsets according to BMI

From: Effect of ID ACE gene polymorphism on dietary composition and obesity-related anthropometric parameters in the Czech adult population

Intake of carbohydrates ID ACE Odds ratio (95% CI) P
II + ID, N (%) DD, N (%)  
All subjects 319 134 1.0  
 <210 105 46 1.04 (0.70–1.56) 0.08
 210–260 112 38 0.81 (0.53–1.23) 0.05*
 >260 102 50 1.17 (0.79–1.73) 0.06
Obese 146 61 1.0  
 <210 50 22 1.05 (0.59–1.79) 0.12
 210–260 43 18 1.00 (0.54–1.88) 0.13
 >260 53 21 0.95 (0.53–1.70) 0.12
Morbidly obese 49 25 1.0  
 <210 21 9 0.84 (0.34–2.10) 0.17
 210–260 22 3 0.27 (0.07–0.98) 0.02*
 >260 6 13 4.25 (1.44–12.51) 0.005*
Non-obese 124 48 1.0  
 <210 34 15 1.22 (0.62–2.40) 0.12
 210–260 47 17 0.94 (0.49–1.78) 0.13
 >260 43 16 0.96 (0.49–1.87) 0.13
  1. CI, 95% confidence interval