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Table. 6.

Table. 6.

Comparison of physiologic factors according to recommended intake of riboflavin and niacin

Riboflavin and Niacin RI Total P

Both One None
Hyper tension Yes 1,035 (21.3) 1,155 (23.8) 2,662 (54.9) 4,852 (100.0) <0.001
No 1,807 (25.4) 1,759 (24.8) 3,540 (49.8) 7,106 (100.0)
Hyper glycemia Yes 1,249 (22.4) 1,358 (24.3) 2,970 (53.3) 5,577 (100.0) 0.010
No 1,593 (25) 1,556 (24.4) 3,232 (50.6) 6,381 (100.0)
Total Cholesterol Abnormal 1,210 (25.1) 1,200 (24.9) 2,406 (50) 4,816 (100.0) 0.079
Normal 1,632 (22.8) 1,714 (24) 3,796 (53.2) 7,142 (100.0)
Hypertriglyceridemia Yes 887 (22.6) 947 (24.2) 2,087 (53.2) 3,921 (100.0) 0.815
No 1,955 (24.3) 1,967 (24.5) 4,115 (51.2) 8,037 (100.0)
Low HDL cholesterol Yes 1,046 (21.4) 1,113 (22.7) 2,737 (55.9) 4,896 (100.0) <0.001
No 1,796 (25.4) 1,801 (25.5) 3,465 (49.1) 7,062 (100.0)
Waist measurement Abnormal 852 (21.3) 982 (24.5) 2,170 (54.2) 4,004 (100.0) 0.006
Normal 1,990 (25) 1,932 (24.3) 4,032 (50.7) 7,954 (100.0)
Total 2,842 (23.8) 2,914 (24.4) 6,202 (51.8) 11,958 (100.0)

Abbreviations: See Table 1.

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