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Table 2 Geometric means of consumption of daily nutrients adjusted for total calories*; San Francisco Bay Area Adult Glioma Study, 1991–2000.

From: Inverse association of antioxidant and phytoestrogen nutrient intake with adult glioma in the San Francisco Bay Area: a case-control study

NUTRIENT Controls (N = 846) All Cases (N = 802) Self-reported Cases (N = 497)
Antioxidant index1 2675.3 2433.3 2450.4
Vitamin E (mg) 7.8 7.7 7.6
Vitamin C (mg) 115.8 107.6 109.6
Carotenoids2 (mcg) 3743.3 3404.0 3327.1
Alpha-carotene (mcg) 672.6 581.4 554.6
Beta-carotene (mcg) 3008.8 2756.0 2697.7
Lutein (mcg) 2094.3 1884.7 1911.4
Lycopene (mcg) 1324.4 1310.6 1320.9
Cryptoxanthin (mcg) 114.1 106.7 111.0
Phytoestrogens:    
   Formononetin (mcg) 14.7 14.2 15.2
   Coumestrol (mcg) 121.1 107.9 112.1
   Matairesinol (mcg) 25.3 23.3 23.6
   Genistein (mcg) 260.4 233.5 253.9
   Daidzein (mcg) 396.9 352.7 372.8
   Biochanin A (mcg) 25.4 23.5 24.0
   Secoisolariciresinol (mcg) 115.0 104.1 103.5
Total Protein (g) 60.9 59.7 59.2
Total Fat (g) 56.4 58.2 56.8
Total Cholesterol (mg) 200.7 210.2 204.7
Total Kcal (unadjusted) 1609.6 1646.5 1612.7
  1. 1Units are daily micromoles of Trolox equivalents gram of fresh weight as determined by the oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) assay. 2 alpha- and beta-Carotene. *Note: Means within each group were adjusted for total calories.