Korean Journal of Family Practice

Table. 3.

Characteristics of subjects who drink 2 or more cups of soft drink per day and subjects who do not

Factor Soft drink consumption Percentage of people who consumed two or more cups per daya P-value
<Two cups per day ≥Two cups per day
Total 9,209 35 0.6% (0.1)
Age (y) <0.001
19–34 2,437 23 1.2% (0.3)
35–49 3,334 10 0.3% (0.1)
50–64 3,438 2 0.1% (0.1)
Sex <0.001
Male 3,575 24 0.9% (0.2)
Female 5,634 11 0.2% (0.1)
Education level 0.832
Middle school or lower 1,812 5 0.6% (0.3)
High school or higher 7,380 30 0.5% (0.1)
House income 0.593
Lesser than median 3,128 9 0.5% (0.2)
Median or more 6,051 26 0.6% (0.1)
Smoke <0.001
Non 5,868 10 0.2% (0.1)
Ex or current 3,311 25 1.0% (0.2)
Obesity 0.012
BMI <25 kg/m2 6,335 17 0.4% (0.1)
BMI ≥25 kg/m2 2,865 18 0.9% (0.2)
Sufficient physical activity 0.856
No 2,010 9 0.5% (0.2)
Yes 7,123 26 0.6% (0.1)

Values are presented as number only or weighted percentage (standard error).

BMI, body mass index.

aWeighted prevalence of subjects who drink 2 or more cups of soft drink per day in stated condition.

Korean J Fam Pract 2022;12:72~78 https://doi.org/10.21215/kjfp.2022.12.2.72
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