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Table 2 Associations between fathers’ self-efficacy tracking category and children’s dietary intakes (β (95% CI)a

From: Paternal self-efficacy for promoting children’s obesity protective diets and associations with children’s dietary intakes

Food group Persistently high self-efficacy Increasing self-efficacy Decreasing self-efficacy Persistently low self-efficacy
Fruit 8.9 (− 32.2; 50.03) 89.8 (6.8; 172.7) -49.9 (− 87.5; − 12.3) −9.5 (− 127.8; 108.9)
Vegetables 4.3 (− 9.7; 18.3) 39.2 (12.2; 66.2) −19.9 (−31.7; − 8.2) −11.3 (− 35.1; 12.4)
Water 69.1 (2.9; 135.1) 45.8 (− 43.2; 134.7) −92.4 (− 172.6; − 12.3) −15.1 (− 108.9; 78.7)
Non-core drinks −20.2 (− 34.8; − 5.5) −15.5 (− 32.9; 1.8) 30.1 (10.1; 50.1) −2.2 (− 22.8; 18.4)
% variance explained 6.0% 12.8% 17.2% < 1%
  1. All variables adjusted for intervention status and clustering
  2. Intake was measured in grams/millilitres per day
  3. aBold results are significant at p < 0.005