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Table 3 Food intake of subjects according to depression

From: Low fruit and vegetable intake is associated with depression among Korean adults in data from the 2014 Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

 Non-depression (n = 4050)Depression (n = 299)Unadjusted P value1Adjusted value2
Mean (g/day)SEMean (g/day)SE
Total food1650.718.61453.265.40.00400.0016
Cereals and grain products295.03.4285.512.70.46440.4818
Potatoes and starches41.42.343.07.20.82200.8625
Sugars and sweets11.30.511.51.90.90980.7012
Legumes and their products39.31.626.83.20.00040.0079
Seeds and nuts9.
 Non-salted vegetables222.84.3193.011.70.01370.0102
 Salted vegetables3120.82.698.26.60.00110.0338
 Fresh fruits190.86.1150.616.40.01760.0013
 Fruits preserved in sugar49.
Meat, poultry, and their products105.
Fish and shellfish99.33.782.710.80.14820.2388
Milk and dairy products83.
Oil and fats8.
Other food1.
  1. 1All P values were obtained with the surveyreg procedure in SAS
  2. 2Adjusted for sex, age, and energy intake
  3. 3Including vegetable juice, pickles, and kimchi
  4. 4Including jam and fruit juice