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Table 3 Infant gut microbiome cluster is influenced by maternal diet

From: Maternal diet during pregnancy is related with the infant stool microbiome in a delivery mode-dependent manner

  OR (95% confidence interval)1, 2
Dietary factor Cluster 2 Cluster 3
aMED score 1.31 (0.90, 1.89) 0.96 (0.73, 1.27)
Dairy 0.87 (0.56, 1.37) 0.84 (0.59, 1.18)
Fruit 2.73 (1.36, 5.46)3 1.61 (0.97, 2.68)3
Vegetables 0.88 (0.60, 1.28) 0.82 (0.60, 1.11)
Whole grains 0.94 (0.36, 2.41) 1.10 (0.57, 2.13)
Fish and seafood 0.67 (0.01, 32.26) 0.50 (0.02, 12.57)
Nuts, legumes, and soy 0.49 (0.20, 1.20) 0.48 (0.24, 0.96)
Red and processed meat 4.39 (0.82, 23.47) 2.35 (0.62, 8.95)
Polyunsaturated fat 0.84 (0.65, 1.09) 0.87 (0.72, 1.06)
EPA 0.24 (0.00, 72.57) 4.13 (0.08, 217.72)
DHA 0.15 (0.00, 62.82) 2.66 (0.04, 158.91)
MUFA:SFA ratio 1.64 (0.15, 17.73) 1.78 (0.26, 12.28)
  1. 1Models include vaginally delivered infants (n = 97)
  2. 2Cluster 1 is the reference group
  3. 3Corresponds to Fig. 1b