Regression coefficients for dietary patterns and energy intake as predictors of femoral neck BMD without adjustment for body mass index. The parameter estimates are for each 1 SD increase of the nutrient dense factor score, the energy dense factor score, the difference between energy dense and nutrient dense factor score, and the log-tranformed energy intake (1 SD is roughly 36% change in energy intake). P-values for null hypothesis (from top to bottom) Younger Men: 0.057, 0.120, 0.770, 0.008; Older Men: 0.381, 0.284. 0.202, 0.357; Premenopausal Women: 0.907, 0.232, 0.449, 0.874; Postmenopausal Women: 0.607. 0.451, 0.905, 0.324.