Table 6

Individual outcomes at time 1 and time 2 by condition

Individual Outcome Variables

Time 1 INT

Mean (SD)

Time 2 INT

Mean (SD)

Time 1 CON

Mean (SD)

Time 2 CON

Mean (SD)


Girl's BMI

20.1 (4.4)

20.4 (4.5)

19.1 (2.9)

19.2 (3.0)

Girl's BMI percentile

65.2 (27.0)

64.8 (26.9)

64.5 (23.8)

62.2 (23.2)

Girl's BMI z-score

0.57 (0.94)

0.55 (0.94)

0.38 (0.75)

0.36 (0.74)

Parent BMIa

29.1 (6.4)

29.5 (6.9)

29.1 (6.7)

30.0 (7.5)

Family meals/weeka (scale 0-21)

11.2 (4.2)

10.9 (3.6)

11.4 (5.0)

12.1 (4.7)

Girl days/week of 60 min. MVPAb (scale 0-7)

4.2 (1.8)

3.9 (1.7)

4.5 (1.9)

3.5 (1.8)

Percent of parents meeting MVPA standarda

46.7

42.0

33.3*

36.4

Girl FV servings/dayb (scale 0-8)

5.0 (2.0)

4.9 (1.7)

3.7 (1.9)*

3.7 (1.8)*

Parent FV Servings/daya (scale 0-8)

3.9 (1.5)

4.4 (1.6)

3.7 (1.8)

4.4 (1.5)

Girl eating with TV scaleb (scale 0-4)

1.1 (0.7)

0.8 (0.7)

1.1 (0.8)

1.1 (0.7)

Parent eating with TV scalea (scale 0-4)

1.8 (0.7)

1.7 (0.7)

2.0 (0.8)

2.1 (0.7)*

Girl days/week SSB consumptionb (scale 0-7)

3.1 (2.2)

2.3 (2.4)

2.6 (2.4)

2.2 (2.4)

Parent days/week SSB consumptiona (scale 0-7)

1.8 (2.2)

2.0 (2.6)

2.7 (2.7)

2.4 (2.8)


Note: Means adjusted for troop clustering, weight status, authoritarian parenting, socioeconomic status and race/ethnicity; INT = intervention; CON = control; BMI = body mass index; MVPA = moderate-to-vigorous physical activity; FV = fruits and vegetables;

TV = television; SSB = sugar-sweetened beverages; aFrom Parent Report; bFrom Child Report; *Significant difference by condition within same time point; For all variables, there were no significant differences in change from time 1 to time 2 by condition, p > .05.

Rosenkranz et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:81   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-81

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