Table 3: Associations between overweight and socioeconomic status, dietary behaviors, physical activity, and sedentary lifestyle ( )a.

Prevalence of overweight (obesity included)b, OR (95%)
% valuebCrudeAdjustedc

Socioeconomic status (SES)
 Low SES20.10.00011
 Medium SES21.81.10 (0.83–1.46)1.10 (0.83–1.47)
 High SES26.81.46 (1.10–1.93)**1.46 (1.11–1.93)**
French fries and chips intake
 <2 times/day22.10.00011
 ≥2 times/day34.01.81 (1.24–2.67)**1.80 (1.22–2.65)**
Vegetable intake
 ≥2 times/day 23.60.82611
 <2 times/day24.11.035 (0.76–1.40)1.035 (0.76–1.40)
Fruit intake
 ≥2 times/day 23.60.25911
 <2 times/day21.60.84 (0.61–1.14)0.83 (0.60–1.14)
Fruit juice
 ≥2 times/day 26.80.59011
 <2 times/day24.70.86 (0.58–1.28)0.86 (0.57–1.28)
Confectionery intake
 <2 times/day23.60.84111
 ≥2 times/day23.40.98 (0.71–1.37)0.99 (0.72–1.39)
Exercise (20 min/day)0.898
 ≥1 time/day 23.911
 <1 time/day23.50.97 (0.71–1.34)0.99 (0.72–1.37)
Watching TV and playing PC
 <2 hours/day23.40.96011
 ≥2 hours/day23.50.99 (0.72–1.36)1.01 (0.73–1.38)

Binary logistic regression with overweight/obesity versus normal weight as dependent variable and lifestyle factors as independent variables. The models are controlled for age of the child.
According to the age and specific cut-off points for BMI as published by the IOTF [11].
Adjusted: the model is adjusted for sex and age of the child.
Significantly different from reference group ( ).