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Table S1. Percentages of cases with ALT ≥30 IU/L for men and ALT ≥19 IU/L for women in each category of drinking pattern and the trends.

Table S2. (a) Individual and multivariable analyses of factors associated with fatty liver (Atherogenic dyslipidemia as LDL-C ≥2.6 mmol/L). (b) Individual and multivariable analyses of factors associated with fatty liver (Atherogenic dyslipidemia as LDL-C ≥3.3 mmol/L).

Table S3. Prevalence of metabolic syndrome-related factors in the present study and in the Survey by Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.

Table S4. (a) Prevalence and odds ratio of fatty liver in each category of the total amount of alcohol consumed per week among subjects with probable metabolic syndrome. (b) Prevalence and odds ratio of fatty liver in each category of drinking frequency among subjects with probable metabolic syndrome. (c) Trend regarding the prevalence of fatty liver in each category of drinking frequency and amount of alcohol consumed among subjects with probable metabolic syndrome.

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