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Fig. 2 | International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

Fig. 2

From: Sustained impact of energy-dense TV and online food advertising on children’s dietary intake: a within-subject, randomised, crossover, counter-balanced trial

Fig. 2

Mean daily additional kJ (95% CI) consumed at the camp after exposure to food advertising by children with under−/normal weight and overweight or obesity within the two media conditions. * Significant increase in total kJ consumed after food advertising compared with non-food advertising (p = 0.001). ** Significant increase in total kJ consumed after food advertising compared with non-food advertising (p = 0.024). *** Significant increase in total kJ consumed after food advertising compared with non-food advertising (p = 0.002). # Non-significant increase in total kJ consumed after food advertising compared with non-food advertising (p = 0.058)

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