Table 4: Associations between overweight and dietary behaviors, physical activity, and sedentary lifestyle according to SES ( )a.

Socioeconomic status (SES)
High SES ( )Medium SES ( )Low SES ( )

Sex
 Females111
 Males1.04 (0.82–1.32)1.16 (0.91–1.47)1.32 (0.79–2.21)
Fat snack intake
 <2 times/day111
 ≥2 times/day2.93 (1.54–5.60)***1.82 (1.04–3.21)**1.65 (0.42–6.43)
Vegetable intake
 ≥2 times/day 111
 <2 times/day1.06 (0.69–1.62)1.19 (0.72–1.95)0.82 (0.23–2.97)
Fruit intake
 ≥2 times/day 111
 <2 times/day0.90 (0.58–1.38)0.78 (0.47–1.27)0.21 (0.05–1.00)*
Fruit juice
 ≥2 times/day 111
 <2 times/day0.94 (0.57–1.52)1.24 (0.49–3.12)0.19 (0.05–0.73)**
Confectionery intake
 <2 times/day111
 ≥2 times/day1.63 (1.00–2.66)*0.97 (0.58–1.60)0.34 (0.67–1.70)
Exercise (20 min/day)
 ≥1 time/day 111
 <1 time/day1.04 (0.55–1.82)1.42 (0.82–2.49)1.71 (0.38–7.7)
Watching TV and playing PC
 <2 hours/day111
 ≥2 hours /day1.14 (0.67–1.91)1.04 (0.65–1.66)3.37 (1.13–10.1)*

Binary logistic regression with overweight/obesity versus normal weight as dependent variables and lifestyle factors as independent variables by SES. The models are controlled for age of the child. Significantly different from reference group ( ). Significantly different from reference group ( ). Significantly different from reference group ( ).