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Table 3 Results of the mixed logistic regressions of dichotomous outcomes of snacks and breakfast consumption

From: Healthier food choices as a result of the revised healthy diet programme Krachtvoer for students of prevocational schools

  Experimental condition Control condition Odds Ratio for short-term effect (CI) 1 Odds Ratio for longer-term effect (CI) 1
  Uncorrected % Uncorrected %   
  T0 T1 T2 T0 T1 T2   
  (n = 1117) (n = 1028) (n = 1016) (n = 758) (n = 681) (n = 682)   
Breakfast consumption         
Breakfast frequency        1.10 1.17
        (0.79-1.54) (0.83-1.64)
-Daily 79.2 73.7 76.3 77.2 74.1 75.3   
-Less than seven days 20.8 26.3 23.7 22.8 25.9 24.7   
Consumed breakfast that morning        0.81 0.79
        (0.53-1.26) (0.52-1.20)
-Yes 88.0 87.6 84.7 90.2 85.8 83.5   
-No 12.0 12.4 15.3 9.8 14.2 16.5   
Snack consumption         
Sweets consumption        1.36* 1.48**
        (1.02-1.81) (1.11-1.97)
-Favourable category 39.1 42.1 44.6 47.6 41.4 43.3   
-Unfavourable category 60.9 57.9 55.4 52.4 58.6 56.7   
Savoury snacks consumption        1.66** 1.16
        (1.22-2.26) (0.85-1.57)
-Favourable category 28.2 30.9 29.0 34.8 26.9 31.8   
-Unfavourable category 71.8 69.1 71.0 65.2 73.1 68.2   
Ice-cream consumption        1.55** 1.29
        (1.15-2.09) (0.97-1.74)
-Favourable category 32.6 38.5 40.3 37.9 32.2 37.7   
-Unfavourable category 67.4 61.5 59.7 62.1 67.8 62.3   
Fried snack consumption        1.58** 1.29
        (1.12-2.22) (0.92-1.81)
-Favourable category 64.9 61.5 61.8 64.0 62.1 59.1   
-Unfavourable category 35.1 38.5 38.2 36.0 37.9 40.9   
Cookies consumption        0.90 1.01
        (0.67-1.20) (0.75-1.36)
-Favourable category 64.9 61.5 61.8 64.0 62.1 59.1   
-Unfavourable category 35.1 38.5 38.2 36.0 37.9 40.9   
  1. 1Reported intervention effects were corrected for a random intercept of measurement, student, and class, and the fixed factors of gender, year, educational track, SEP, and ethnicity * P < 0.05; **P < 0.01; ***P < 0.001.