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Table 3 Frequency of eating food at and from restaurants as predictors of children’s attitudes about vegetable, fruit, and French fry side dishes

From: Healthier side dishes at restaurants: an analysis of children’s perspectives, menu content, and energy impacts

Model B 95% CI p-value
Predictor: Frequency of eating food at restaurants    
How likely to order vegetable side dish (higher = more likely)    
Frequency (higher = more often) .14 .05, .24 .004
Age group (1 = teens) -.03 -.19, .13 .694
Sex (1 = female) .25 .09, .40 .002
How likely to order French fry side dish (higher = more likely)    
Frequency (higher = more often) -.06 -.13, .01 .109
Age group (1 = teens) -.12 -.24, -.00 .044
Sex (1 = female) -.21 -.33, -.09 .000
How likely to order fruit side dish (higher = more likely)    
Frequency (higher = more often) .03 -.06, .12 .543
Age group (1 = teens) -.21 -.36, -.07 .004
Sex (1 = female) .17 .03, .32 .017
How happy if side dish was fruit/vegetable and not French fries (higher = happier)    
Frequency (higher = more often) .14 .03, .25 .017
Age group (1 = teens) -.01 -.19, .18 .955
Sex (1 = female) .29 .12, .47 .001
Predictor: Frequency of eating food from restaurants (take-out)    
How likely to order vegetable side dish (higher = more likely)    
Frequency (higher = more often) -.06 -.15, .04 .218
Age group (1 = teens) -.06 -.22, .10 .438
Sex (1 = female) .23 .08, .39 .003
How likely to order French fry side dish (higher = more likely)    
Frequency (higher = more often) .15 .08, .22 .000
Age group (1 = teens) -.10 -.22, .02 .087
Sex (1 = female) -.19 -.31, -.08 .001
How likely to order fruit side dish (higher = more likely)    
Frequency (higher = more often) -.01 -.09, .08 .885
Age group (1 = teens) -.22 -.37, -.07 .003
Sex (1 = female) .17 .03, .31 .019
How happy if side dish was fruit/vegetable and not French fries (higher = happier)    
Frequency (higher = more often) -.16 -.26, -.05 .006
Age group (1 = teens) -.04 -.22, .14 .665
Sex (1 = female) .27 .09, .45 .003
  1. Note: Bolded rows indicate statistically significant results (p < .05).