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Fig. 2

From: Association between breakfast frequency and physical activity and sedentary time: a cross-sectional study in children from 12 countries

Fig. 2

Total and morning time spent sedentary (a and b), in light physical activity (PA) (c and d) and in moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity (MVPA) (e and f) in rare (breakfast on 0–2 days per week), occasional, (breakfast on 3–5 days per week) and frequent (breakfast on 6–7 days per week) breakfast consumers stratified by site. Values are least squares means (error bars indicate the standard error of the mean) adjusted for age, sex, highest level of parental education, body mass index z-score and accelerometer wear time. *Significant main effect of breakfast (p 0.05); #significant difference between rare and frequent after Bonferonni adjustment (p 0.02). No interactions with study site were found (p > 0.05)

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