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Table 1 Summary statistics of the SPS score, BMI, and energy intake at breakfast, lunch, dinner, whole day, by food group, nutrient intake, and dietary and lifestyle factors at baseline. (n = 1986)

From: Effects of ‘SPRAT’ programme for dietary and lifestyle education to improve psychosomatic symptoms and dietary habits among adolescents: a cluster randomised controlled trial

  1. SE standard error, SPS subjective psychological symptoms, BMI body mass index, ICC intra-correlation coefficient, number of responses, Note: SE was estimated by random-effects one-way ANOVA (cluster effects was treated as random-effects). Estimated using SAS NESTED procedure