Journal of Obesity / 2018 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Effect of Obesity-Linked FTO rs9939609 Variant on Physical Activity and Dietary Patterns in Physically Active Men and Women

Table 2

Obesity-related parameters in men and women carrying different risk variants of the FTO rs9939609 single nucleotide polymorphism.

CharacteristicFTO rs9939609 genotypeModel 1a: genotype value
AAATTT

Body mass (kg)83.7 (14.7)84.4 (16.5)82.0 (17.2)0.69
Body mass index (kg·m−2)26.8 (3.9)26.8 (4.3)26.4 (4.3)0.66
Waist circumference (cm)85.2 (9.4)84.9 (10.4)84.1 (11.0)0.87
Waist-to-height ratio0.48 (0.05)0.48 (0.06)0.48 (0.06)0.85
Central obesityb6 (7%)16 (7%)15 (8%)0.92

Values for body mass, body mass index, waist circumference, and waist-to-height ratio represent mean (SD) and were analysed using linear mixed models adjusted for age and sex. Values for central obesity represent frequency (%) and were analysed using chi-square tests. ES, effect size (body mass, body mass index, waist circumference, and waist-to-height ratio); OR, odds ratio (central obesity). aModel 1: additive genotype model (AA versus AT versus TT). bCentral obesity was defined as a waist circumference > 88 cm for women and > 102 cm for men.

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