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Table 2 Food groups loading a >0.15 on each of the dietary patterns identified in women at baseline

From: A parent focused child obesity prevention intervention improves some mother obesity risk behaviors: the Melbourne inFANT Program

Label of the dietary patterns Food groups (loadings)
Fruits and vegetables Raw vegetables (0.31), legumes (0.28), cooked vegetables (0.26), non-fried fish (0.25), nuts other than peanuts (0.24), fruits (common: 0.23; others: 0.23), herbal tea (0.21), salad dressing (0.20), yogurt (0.19), olives (0.19), porridge (0.18), and other milks (such as soy milk, 0.16); and diet carbonated soft drink (-0.21).
High-energy snack and processed foods Pizzas (0.43), savory pastries (0.42), crisps (0.32), Ketchup (0.30), peanut products (0.25), olives (0.25), yeast extracts/spreads (0.23), chocolate products (0.21), cheese (0.18), nuts other than peanuts (0.17), and jam/syrups (0.17); and rice (-0.153).
High-fat foods Potatoes cooked with added fat (0.29), fat added to vegetables (butter on vegetables, 0.27; margarine or oil on vegetables, 0.26), white bread (0.25), fried fish (0.24), fat spreads (0.23), full cream milk (0.21), cakes and pastries (0.23), rice (0.19), sausages (0.18), sweet biscuits (0.18), non-diet carbonated soft-drink (0.16), fruit juices (0.16), red meats (0.16), chocolate-based products (0.15), and ice cream (0.15); and reduced-fat milk (-0.20).
Cereals and sweet foods Cereals (wholemeal crackers (0.47); breakfast cereals (0.24)), confectionary other than chocolate-based (0.47), reduced-fat milk (0.28), ice cream (0.21), diet-carbonated soft drink (0.19), low-calorie salad dressing (0.16), yogurt (0.151); full cream milk (-0.26).
  1. aAbsolute values.
  2. Factor loadings for food group indicated in parentheses.