would you happen to know if I can get the means and std of the adjusted results? When I do the process you've described I can see the p value of the adjusted variables, but I don't see their distribution. I know that in SPSS this is one of the outputs.
I think, it's possible to use "Analyze > Fit Y by X", if the continuous variables to transform to discrete (better binary). For example, for age take less/more than 60, for weight a certain number that divides population into normal weight and obese, etc. Anyway: Select Glucagon as Y.