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Table. 4.

Inadequacy of micronutrient compared by estimated average requirement

Variable 3MRD 2MRD 1MRD P-value
Total (n=3,036) 2,070 852 114
Energy intake (kcal)** 18.37±24.27 -228.09±31.90 -366.93±103.11 <0.001a
Carbohydrates (g)** 203.72±1.57 193.63±2.73 188.57±6.11 0.001
Protein (g) 29.08±0.64 28.74±0.84 32.44±2.94 0.453
Calcium (mg) -163.65±7.86 -187.97±11.41 -209.86±21.45 0.063
Phosphorous (mg)** 163.02±8.99 116.07±12.13 135.99±24.61 0.009
Iron (mg)** 1.21±0.13 0.29±0.18 0.12±0.45 <0.001
Vitamin A (μgRAE)** -74.80±9.43 -122.04±10.66 -79.18±24.04 0.003
Thiamine (mg)** 0.54±0.02 0.44±0.03 0.40±0.05 0.001
Riboflavin (mg) 0.64±0.02 0.62±0.03 0.64±0.06 0.916
Niacin (mg) 1.97±0.14 1.88±0.23 2.51±0.65 0.641
Vitamin C (mg) -4.31±1.83 -11.17±2.77 8.98±11.83 0.065

Values are presented as estimated mean±standard error adjusted with age, sex, and energy intake.

MRD, meals regular diet.

aAdjusted with age and sex.

P-values are obtained by general linear model analysis in complex sample design. *Signifies P<0.05. **Signifies P<0.01.

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