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Figure 1: Multivariate adjusted odds ratiosΨ for components of metabolic syndrome with major cooking oil choices of rural population (n = 6783). ΨOdds were adjusted for age (years), sex (male/female), smoking (smokers/nonsmokers), alcohol (never and current consumers), monthly household income in rupees (<2000, 2000–5000, >5000–10,000, >10,000), education (illiterate/literate) physical activity (sedentary/moderate), body mass index (kg/m2, energy (kcal/d), carbohydrate (%E), protein (%E), dietary fiber (g/d), fats and oils (g/d), total saturated fatty acid (%E), total monounsaturated fat (%E), nuts and oils seeds (g/d), added salt (g/d), and added sugar (g/d). * P for trend <0.001 for all 3 components; calculated by using the odds ratio of each category as a continuous variable in the regression model

Figure 1: Multivariate adjusted odds ratios<sup>Ψ</sup> for components of metabolic syndrome with major cooking oil choices of rural population (<i>n</i> = 6783). <sup>Ψ</sup>Odds were adjusted for age (years), sex (male/female), smoking (smokers/nonsmokers), alcohol (never and current consumers), monthly household income in rupees (<2000, 2000–5000, >5000–10,000, >10,000), education (illiterate/literate) physical activity (sedentary/moderate), body mass index (kg/m2, energy (kcal/d), carbohydrate (%E), protein (%E), dietary fiber (g/d), fats and oils (g/d), total saturated fatty acid (%E), total monounsaturated fat (%E), nuts and oils seeds (g/d), added salt (g/d), and added sugar (g/d). * <i>P</i> for trend <0.001 for all 3 components; calculated by using the odds ratio of each category as a continuous variable in the regression model