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Table 3 Logistic regression model on DS use

From: Use of dietary supplements in Olympic athletes is decreasing: a follow-up study between 2002 and 2009

  Vitamins   Minerals   Nutritional supplements All dietary supplements
Characteristic OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Sex         
   Men (2002) 1   1   1   1  
   Men (2009) 1   1   1   1  
   Women (2002) 1.32 0.85-2.06 2.13 1.36-3.33 0.54 0.35-0.83 0.92 0.55-1.55
   Women (2009) 2.30 1.42-3.72 2.24 1.36-3.68 0.58 0.37-0.91 1.21 0.72-2.02
Age (yr)         
   Under 21 (2002) 1   1   1   1  
   Under 21 (2009) 1   1   1   1  
   21-24 (2002) 1.28 0.76-2.16 1.54 0.91-2.62 1.34 0.80-2.23 1.19 0.63-2.27
   21-24 (2009) 1.66 0.95-2.90 1.16 0.63-2.14 2.47 1.40-4.34 1.90 0.97-3.70
   Over 24 (2002) 0.86 0.51-1.46 1.63 0.95-2.80 0.92 0.55-1.54 0.70 0.38-1.30
   Over 24 (2009) 6.77 3.22-14.23 2.15 1.14-4.07 4.43 2.31-8.50 3.18 1.38-7.33
Type of sport         
   Team Sport (2002) 1   1   1   1  
   Team Sport (2009) 1   1   1   1  
   Speed and power (2002) 4.67 2.56-8.52 3.85 1.90-7.82 2.76 1.55-4.91 3.37 1.50-7.57
   Speed and power (2009) 3.71 2.02-6.81 2.83 1.60-5.03 2.25 1.25-4.05 3.65 1.89-7.03
   Endurance (2002) 6.50 3.40-12.42 6.56 3.03-14.2 2.15 1.25-3.72 3.30 1.48-7.32
   Endurance (2009) 3.13 1.54-6.36 5.98 3.38-10.58 2.11 1.06-4.20 6.73 2.60-17.48
   Skill-based (2002) 1.26 0.71-2.22 1.25 0.53-2.94 0.29 0.16-0.55 0.46 0.25-0.85