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Table 4 Unadjusted values for fruit and vegetable intake and adjusted regression coefficients reflecting difference in intake at follow up between the different groups for the level of involvement

From: Mothers' involvement in a school-based fruit and vegetable promotion intervention is associated with increased fruit and vegetable intakes – The Pro Children study

  Intake at baseline (mean +/- SD) Intake at first follow-up (mean +/- SD) Regression coefficient1 95% CI
Total fruit and vegetable intake (gram/day)
   Low involved (< 3) 261.8 +/- 172 247.8 +/- 155 ref  
   Medium involved (3–4) 259.7 +/- 197 284.5 +/- 190 43.8 7.3 – 80.4
   High involved (≥ 5) 313.0 +/- 206 339.4 +/- 225 94.7 43.6 – 145.9
Total fruit intake (gram/day)
   Low involved (< 3) 173.0 +/- 130 166.6 +/- 122 ref  
   Medium involved (3–4) 160.9 +/- 143 175.9 +/- 136 17.1 -9.4 – 43.7
   High involved (≥ 5) 191.7 +/- 160 209.6 +/- 142 53.7 16.2 – 91.1
Vegetable intake (gram/day)
   Low involved (< 3) 88.8 +/- 88 81.2 +/- 73 ref  
   Medium involved (3–4) 98.8 +/- 94 108.5 +/- 109 27.2 7.0 – 47.4
   High involved (≥5) 121.3 +/- 120 129.8 +/- 113 46.0 17.0 – 74.9
  1. 1 Analyses are adjusted for baseline intake level, country and clustered design
  2. Regression coefficient reflects difference in intake at first follow-up compared to the reference group adjusted for baseline values.