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Table 2 Main effects of domain-specific sedentary behaviours on dietary habits

From: The associations between domain-specific sedentary behaviours and dietary habits in European adults: a cross-sectional analysis of the SPOTLIGHT survey

  Fruit intake Vegetables intake Sugar-sweetened beverages consumption Alcohol consumption Sweets intake Fast food intake
Adj. OR (95 % CI) Adj. OR (95 % CI) Adj.OR (95 % CI) Adj. OR (95 % CI) Adj. OR (95 % CI) Adj. OR (95 % CI)
Model 1
 Transport-related sitting time (hours/day) 1.004 (0.994, 1.014) 1.000 (0.991, 1.010) 1.003 (0.991, 1.010) 1.000 (0.989, 1.011) 0.997 (0.987, 1.007) 0.997 (0.993, 1.002)
 Television time (hours/day) 0.984 (0.976, 0.991)*** 0.981 (0.975, 0.987)*** 1.017 (1.010, 1.025)*** 1.004 (0.996, 1.011) 1.005 (0.997, 1.014) 1.007 (1.003, 1.011)***
 Computer time (hours/day) 0.992 (0.982, 0.998)* 0.995 (0.987, 1.002) 0.994 (0.985, 1.002) 0.988 (0.980, 0.997)** 0.999 (0.990, 1.008) 1.004 (1.000, 1.009)
 Other leisure sitting time (hours/day) 1.010 (1.001, 1.020)* 1.004 (0.994, 1.014) 0.998 (0.989, 1.008) 1.014 (1.005, 1.023) ** 1.006 (0.997, 1.015) 1.009 (1.004, 1.013)**
Model 2
 Work-related sitting time (hours/day) 0.994 (0.986, 0.999)* 1.003 (0.996, 1.011) 0.993 (0.986, 1.000) 1.010 (1.002, 1.017)** 0.994 (0.987, 1.002) 0.999 (0.995, 1.003)
  1. Outcome variables were dichotomized based on the median
  2. All analyses were adjusted for urban region, neighbourhood type, age, educational level, gender, body mass index, and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity
  3. Adj. OR adjusted odds ratio, 95 % CI confidence interval at 95 %
  4. *** p < 0.001, ** p < 0.01, * p < 0.05