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Table 5 The relationship between television viewing and nutrient intake

From: Relationship between screen time and nutrient intake in Japanese children and adolescents: a cross-sectional observational study

  Boys (N = 664) Girls (N = 682)
β Lower CI to upper CI p β Lower CI to upper CI p
Protein (%E) − 0.109 (− 0.184 to − 0.033) 0.005 − 0.085 (− 0.159 to − 0.009) 0.027
Fat (%E) − 0.019 (− 0.096 to 0.058) 0.632 0.030 (− 0.045 to 0.107) 0.430
Carbohydrate (%E) 0.054 (− 0.024 to 0.131) 0.172 0.010 (− 0.066 to 0.085) 0.803
Saturated fatty acids (%E) 0.001 (− 0.076 to 0.077) 0.989 − 0.027 (− 0.102 to 0.048) 0.485
n-3 fatty acids (%E) − 0.048 (− 0.124 to 0.029) 0.221 0.038 (− 0.038 to 0.113) 0.327
n-6 fatty acids (%E) − 0.038 (− 0.110 to 0.034) 0.299 0.079 (0.004 to .154) 0.040
Sodium (mg/1000 kcal) − 0.046 (− 0.110 to 0.023) 0.200 − 0.065 (− 0.126 to 0.005) 0.072
Potassium (mg/1000 kcal) − 0.076 (− 0.158 to 0.000) 0.050 − 0.056 (− 0.129 to 0.018) 0.142
Calcium (mg/1000 kcal) − 0.109 (− 0.189 to − 0.033) 0.005 − 0.175 (− 0.246 to − 0.098) < 0.001
Iron (mg/1000 kcal) − 0.084 (− 0.159 to − 0.009) 0.029 − 0.038 (− 0.112 to 0.037) 0.328
Vitamin D (μg/1000 kcal) − 0.039 (− 0.111 to 0.035) 0.312 − 0.064 (− 0.139 to 0.011) 0.096
Vitamin K (μg/1000 kcal) − 0.098 (− 0.170 to − 0.022) 0.011 − 0.028 (− 0.102 to 0.047) 0.474
Vitamin B-1 (mg/1000 kcal) − 0.061 (− 0.142 to 0.015) 0.112 − 0.040 (− 0.113 to 0.034) 0.288
Vitamin B-2 (mg/1000 kcal) − 0.076 (− 0.154 to − 0.001) 0.046 − 0.079 (− 0.152 to − 0.006) 0.035
Folic acid (μg/1000 kcal) − 0.068 (− 0.149 to 0.009) 0.081 − 0.010 (− 0.084 to 0.064) 0.794
Vitamin C (mg/1000 kcal) − 0.016 (− 0.097 to 0.064) 0.683 0.038 (− 0.036 to 0.112) 0.313
Cholesterol (mg/1000 kcal) − 0.060 (− 0.138 to 0.016) 0.122 0.012 (− 0.062 to 0.085) 0.758
Total dietary fiber (g/1000 kcal) − 0.074 (− 0.149 to 0.000) 0.051 − 0.025 (− 0.097 to 0.049) 0.514
  1. Multivariate linear regression analyses, adjusting for age, BMI, and physical activity