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Table 2 Daily frequency of consumption at baseline by intervention group

From: Does additional support provided through e-mail or SMS in a Web-based Social Marketing program improve children’s food consumption? A Randomized Controlled Trial

  Full sample (N = 608) Group 1
Web-only (n = 218)
Group 2
Web + e-mail (n = 196)
Group 3
Web + SMS (n = 194)
p-value
FOC [median (first-third quartile)]      
Water 1,57 [0,43–2,14] 1,57 [0,43–2,14] 1,71 [0,71–2,14] 1,57 [0,43–2,14] 0.63
Fruit 0,86 [0,43–1,29] 0,86 [0,43–1,43] 0,71 [0,43–1,14] 0,86 [0,43–1,43] 0.08
Vegetables 1,14 [0,86–1,43] 1,29 [1–1,57] 1,14 [0,86–1,43] 1,14 [0,86–1,43] 0.15
Starches 2,71 [2,29–3,14] 2,71 [2,29–3] 2,71 [2,29–3,14] 2,86 [2,43–3,14] 0.06
Meat 0,71 [0,57–1] 0,71 [0,57–0,86] 0,71 [0,57–1] 0,71 [0,57–0,86] 0.75
Fish 0,14 [0–0,29] 0,14 [0–0,29] 0,14 [0–0,29] 0,14 [0–0,29] 0.07
Eggs 0,14 [0–0,29] 0,14 [0–0,29] 0,14 [0–0,29] 0,14 [0–0,29] 0.99
Dairy products 1,71 [1,29–2,14] 1,71 [1,43–2] 1,71 [1,29–2,14] 1,79 [1,29–2,14] 0.43
Fat 0,86 [0,57–1,14] 0,71 [0,57–1] 0,86 [0,43–1] 0,86 [0,57–1,14] 0.55
Fat meat/fat fish 0,29 [0,14–0,43] 0,14 [0,14–0,43] 0,29 [0,14–0,43] 0,29 [0,14–0,43] 0.55
Sweets 1,71 [1,29–2,14] 1,71 [1,29–2] 1,71 [1,29–2,14] 1,71 [1,29–2,14] 0.88
Soft drinks 0,43 [0,14–0,86] 0,43 [0,14–0,86] 0,43 [0,14–0,86] 0,29 [0,14–0,86] 0.60
  1. FOC frequency of consumption. Results presented as median (first-third quartile). Between-group comparisons performed using K-Wallis test was used to compare groups