|Type of Study||Number of Studies||Number of participants||Narrative recommendation and main findings|
|RCT||1||61||Girls who decreased sedentary behaviour had lower body dissatisfaction and showed a trend towards improved self-esteem.|
|Intervention||2||984||Decreases in sedentary behaviour lead to improved self worth and self-esteem.|
|Cross sectional||11||71068||Those with higher reported sedentary behaviour had poorer scores on self worth. This association seems to increase in a dose-response manner|
|Total of all studies||14||72113||
Each additional hour of TV viewing was associated with decreases in self-worth and self-concept.|
Mean Downs and Black score = 21.0 (± 2.4), Level 3 evidence.