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Table 3 Child mealtime routines at 12 months in the control and intervention group

From: Evaluation of an eHealth intervention aiming to promote healthy food habits from infancy -the Norwegian randomized controlled trial Early Food for Future Health

Item Control % (count) (n = 264)a Intervention % (count) (n = 269)b ORc CI 95% p value
Mealtime habits d
 Child eating the same for dinner as the rest of the family 68.8 (161) 80.3 (196) 1.85 1.22–2.82 0.004
 Parents making separate dinner for the child 27.8 (65) 17.2 (42) 0.54 0.35–0.84 0.006
 Child is sitting at the dinner table when eating 98.7 (231) 99.6 (244) 3.16 0.37–30.58 0.32
 Child playing or watching TV / tablet while eating 8.1 (19) 2.5 (6) 0.29 0.11–0.73 0.009
Child eating meal together with family e ≥4 times per week
 Breakfast 67.5 (186) 76.2 (158) 1.54 1.03–2.31 0.035
 Lunch 48.3 (113) 45.5 (111) 0.89 0.62–1.28 0.54
 Dinner 84.6 (225) 92.2 (198) 2.15 1.20–3.88 0.011
 Supper 32.9 (77) 38.5 (94) 1.28 0.88–1.86 0.20
  1. Logistic regression is used for between-group comparison of dichotomous outcomes
  2. a The total number of participants in the analyses vary between 219 and 264 depending on the outcome
  3. b The total number of participants in the analyses vary between 236 and 269 depending on the outcome
  4. c Control group as reference group
  5. dAlmost always/often reported
  6. eFamily defined as at least one adult eating the same meal