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Table. 5.

Frequency of high-sugar foods intake according to sex among adults with DM (n=76)

Sugar intake frequency Patients with DM P-value

Male Female Total
Bread 0.472
<1 time/week 27 (75.0) 27 (67.5) 54 (71.1)
≥1 time/week 9 (25.0) 13 (32.5) 22 (28.9)
Rice cakes 0.607
<1 time/week 29 (80.6) 34 (85.0) 63 (82.9)
≥1 time/week 7 (19.4) 6 (15.0) 13 (17.1)
Sweet coffee 0.450
<1 time/week 14 (38.9) 19 (47.5) 33 (43.4)
≥1 time/week 22 (61.1) 21 (52.5) 43 (56.6)
Carbonated beverages 0.025
<1 time/week 25 (69.4) 36 (90.0) 61 (80.3)
≥1 time/week 11 (30.6) 4 (10.0) 15 (19.7)
Juice/yogurt 0.292
<1 time/week 24 (66.7) 31 (77.5) 55 (72.4)
≥1 time/week 12 (33.3) 9 (22.5) 21 (27.6)
Snack foods 0.033
<1 time/week 30 (83.3) 39 (97.5) 69 (90.8)
≥1 time/week 6 (16.7) 1 (2.5) 7 (9.2)
Chocolate/candy/ice cream 0.769
<1 time/week 25 (69.4) 29 (72.5) 54 (71.1)
≥1 time/week 11 (30.6) 11 (27.5) 22 (28.9)
Fruits 0.117
<1 time/week 13 (36.1) 8 (20.0) 21 (27.6)
≥1 time/week 23 (63.9) 32 (80.0) 55 (72.4)

Values are presented as unweighted number (unweighted percentage).

DM, diabetes mellitus.

P-value from chi-square testing.

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