Low-risk lifestyle factors included getting regular physical activity, regular alcohol consumption (>1time/14days), BMI (<25 kgm-2), psychosocial well-being. Adjusted for age (years), sex (male vs. female), smoking (never, light or heavy smokers), education (primary school, upper secondary school or university), and FHD (presence of any FHD vs. absence of FHD)
Figure 2: HRs of adult-onset autoimmune diabetes according to the number of low-risk lifestyle factors, results from HUNT study (1984-2008).