Table 2

F&V intakes frequency at baseline, at first and at second follow-up, separately for the children of the Schoolgruiten Project and for the children of the Pro Children Study

F&V INTAKES

N

Measurements


Baseline

First follow-up

Second follow-up


Schoolgruiten Project


Reports on fruit intake frequency (pieces per day) (Mean (SD))

327

1.74 (1.12)

1.64 (0.97)

1.52 (0.91)

Number (%) of increasers/stable high fruit intake frequency 1

327

-

172 (52.6)

180 (55.0)

Reports on vegetable intake frequency (gram per day) (Mean (SD))

291

113.3 (60.3)

111.4 (55.3)

102.6 (46.4)

Number (%) of increasers/stable high vegetable intake frequency 1

291

-

155 (53.3)

158 (54.3)


Pro Children Study


Reports on fruit intake frequency (pieces per day) (Mean (SD))

258

1.16 (0.93)

1.21 (0.92)

1.15 (0.89)

Number (%) of increasers/stable high fruit intake frequency 1

258

-

129 (50.0)

147 (57.0)

Reports on vegetable intake frequency (gram per day) (Mean (SD))

258

80.7 (64.7)

85.7 (56.2)

76.7 (52.0)

Number (%) of increasers/stable high vegetable intake frequency 1

258

-

146 (56.6)

146 (56.6)


1 Based on the relative measure of F&V intake frequency (quartiles, see Table 3)

Tak et al. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2008 5:21   doi:10.1186/1479-5868-5-21

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