Beverage Cups per week Cases/Controls OR 95 % CI
Black coffee 0 155/729 1.0 reference
  1-6 102/299 1.33 0.96-1.84
  7+ 88/268 1.41 1.02-1.95
    p-value for trend 0.02
White coffee 0 187/856 1.0 reference
  1-6 81/231 1.17 0.83-1.65
  7+ 77/209 1.51 1.07-2.12
    p-value for trend 0.02
Black tea 0 307/996 1.0 reference
  1-6 26/186 0.46 0.29-0.72
  7+ 12/114 0.43 0.22-0.81
    p-value for trend 0.0001
Tea with milk 0 295/1103 1.0 reference
  1-6 28/132 0.56 0.34-0.91
  7+ 27/61 1.47 0.88-2.45
    p-value for trend 0.88
Soft drinks 0 85/324 1.0 reference
  1-4 86/324 0.88 0.59-1.32
  5-6 95/324 1.04 0.70-1.53
  7+ 79/324 0.95 0.65-1.39
    p-value for trend 0.92
Added sugar 1 256/1096 1.0 reference
(tea spoon) 2 31/97 1.98 1.23-3.19
  3 40/86 2.03 1.31-3.15
  4+ 18/37 2.22 1.20-4.13
    p-value for trend <0.0001
1Adjusted for age, residence, education, income, body mass index, smoking intensity, years smoked, alcohol drinking, mate consumption, whole milk, added sugar, and total energy intake.
Table 4: Odds ratios of advanced prostate cancer for other non-alcoholic beverages1.