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Table 4 Adjusted logistic regression model (OR and p-value) of the individual characteristic of the adolescent to obesogenic behaviors among Brazilian adolescents. – ERICA, Brazil, 2013–2014 (n = 71,552)

From: The coexistence of obesogenic behaviors among Brazilian adolescents and their associated factors

Variable Obesogenic behaviora
ORadj(IC 95%)
Sex
 Male Ref
 Female 1.51(1.38 – 1.66)**
Skin color (self-reported)
 White Ref
 Black 1.30(1.12 – 1.50)**
 Brown 1.06(0.96 – 1.17)
 Yellow 1.09(0.82 – 1.45)
 Indigenous 1.42(0.96 – 2.10)
Meals with the guardians
 Never Ref
 Sometimes 0.82(0.72 – 0.93)*
 Always 0.66(0.58 – 0.75)**
Sleep timeb 0.96(0.95—0.97)**
Favored region
 Yes (Midwest, South and Southeast) Ref
 No (North and Northeast) 0.62(0.56 – 0.68)**
  1. ORadj Adjusted Odds Ratio, 95%CI Confidence Interval
  2. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.001
  3. *Model adjusted by the presented variables and wealth proxy
  4. aThird tertile of the obesogenic behavior pattern