D `drinking milk or yogurt instead of soft drinks or caffeine

D `drinking milk or yogurt instead of soft Pleconaril web BLU-554 dose drinks or caffeine beverages’ (mean score of 3.8). Three out of 10 self-efficacy items were significantly different between the HC and LC groups. Subjects in the HC group scored significantly higher in terms of self-efficacy items suchTable 4. Self-efficacy regarding consuming calcium-rich foods by calcium intake level Variablesas `eating cheese or yogurt for snacks’ (P < 0.001), `eating dairy products every day’ (P < 0.01), and `eating calcium-rich side dishes when I have a meal’ (P < 0.05) compared to those in the LC group. Those with high calcium intake also showed higher scores for self-efficacy of eating calcium-rich foods in situations such as eating alone and eating with others, although there was no significant difference in these self-efficacy items by calcium intake level. Eating behaviors of subjects by calcium intake level The total score for 17 eating behaviors was 33.9 (possible score: 17-51) on average, which was 66.5 out of 100 (Table 5). Total score was slightly higher in the HC group than LC group, although it did not reach statistical significance (34.8 vs. 33.6).Calcium intake level Total (n = 240) 3.4 ?1.03) 4.1 ?0.9 3.8 ?1.0 3.7 ?0.9 3.2 ?1.0 3.1 ?1.0 2.9 ?0.9 3.8 ?1.1 2.8 ?0.9 3.2 ?1.1 34.5 ?5.4 Low (n = 187) 3.3 ?0.9 4.0 ?0.9 3.8 ?0.9 3.7 ?0.9 3.2 ?1.0 3.0 ?0.9 3.0 ?0.9 3.7 ?1.1 2.8 ?0.9 3.1 ?1.0 34.0 ?5.3 High (n = 53) 3.6 ?1.1 4.4 ?0.6 3.9 ?1.0 3.9 ?1.0 3.3 ?1.1 3.3 ?1.2 2.8 ?1.0 4.2 ?1.0 2.7 ?0.9 3.4 ?1.1 36.4 ?5.6 t4) -2.1* -3.7*** -1.0 -1.0 -0.6 -1.6 1.2 -3.0** 1.1 -1.8 -2.9**1. I can eat calcium-rich side dishes (e.g., using milk, cheese, anchovies, green vegetables) frequently when I have a meal.1) 2. I can eat cheese or yogurt for snacks. 3. I can drink dairy products (milk or yogurt, etc.) instead of soft drinks or caffeine beverages. 4. I can eat calcium-rich foods (milk, cheese, anchovy, green vegetables, etc.) when I eat meals at home. 5. I can eat calcium-rich foods (milk, cheese, anchovy, green vegetables, etc.) when I eat out. 6. I can select calcium-rich foods or menu when I eat with others. 7. It’s difficult to have calcium-rich foods because of cost. 8. I can eat dairy products (milk, cheese, yogurt, etc.) every day. 9. It’s difficult to eat calcium-rich side dishes (anchovy, green vegetables, etc.) because of time constraints. 10. I can have calcium-rich foods when I eat a meal alone. Total score1) 2)* P < 0.05, ** P < 0.01, *** P < 0.001 Each item was measured by 5-point scales ranging from 1 (very difficult) to 5 (very easy). 2) Possible score: 10-50, the summated score of 10 items. To calculate the total score, two items (item 7, 9) were coded reversely. 3) Mean ?SD 4) t value by t-test Table 5. Eating behaviors of subjects by calcium intake level Calcium intake level Variables (days/week) 0-2 1. Eat a variety of foods. 2. Eat adequate amounts of food at meals. 3. Eat meals regularly. Total (n = 240) 3-5 6-7 49 (20.4) 67 (27.9) 28 (11.7) 0-2 59 (31.6) 80 (42.8) 16 (8.6) 52 (27.8) 56 (29.9) 74 (30.8)2) 117 (48.8) 34 (14.2) 139 (57.9) 99 (41.3) 113 (47.1) Low (n = 187) 3-5 91 (48.7) 85 (45.5) 6-7 37 (19.8) 53 (28.3) 22 (11.8) 0-2 15 (28.3) 9 (17.0) 19 (35.8) 3 (5.8) 11 (20.8) 12 (22.6) 12 (22.6) 8 (15.1) 32 (60.4) 39 (73.6) 20 (37.7) 24 (45.3) High (n = 53) 3-5 26 (49.1) 30 (56.6) 28 (52.8) 24 (46.2) 21 (39.6) 26 (49.1) 22 (41.5) 22 (41.5) 12 (22.6) 8 (15.1) 26 (49.1) 22 (41.5) 6-7 12 (22.6) 14 (26.4) 6 (11.3) 25 (48.1) 21 (39.6) 15 (28.3) 19 (35.8) 2.D `drinking milk or yogurt instead of soft drinks or caffeine beverages’ (mean score of 3.8). Three out of 10 self-efficacy items were significantly different between the HC and LC groups. Subjects in the HC group scored significantly higher in terms of self-efficacy items suchTable 4. Self-efficacy regarding consuming calcium-rich foods by calcium intake level Variablesas `eating cheese or yogurt for snacks’ (P < 0.001), `eating dairy products every day’ (P < 0.01), and `eating calcium-rich side dishes when I have a meal’ (P < 0.05) compared to those in the LC group. Those with high calcium intake also showed higher scores for self-efficacy of eating calcium-rich foods in situations such as eating alone and eating with others, although there was no significant difference in these self-efficacy items by calcium intake level. Eating behaviors of subjects by calcium intake level The total score for 17 eating behaviors was 33.9 (possible score: 17-51) on average, which was 66.5 out of 100 (Table 5). Total score was slightly higher in the HC group than LC group, although it did not reach statistical significance (34.8 vs. 33.6).Calcium intake level Total (n = 240) 3.4 ?1.03) 4.1 ?0.9 3.8 ?1.0 3.7 ?0.9 3.2 ?1.0 3.1 ?1.0 2.9 ?0.9 3.8 ?1.1 2.8 ?0.9 3.2 ?1.1 34.5 ?5.4 Low (n = 187) 3.3 ?0.9 4.0 ?0.9 3.8 ?0.9 3.7 ?0.9 3.2 ?1.0 3.0 ?0.9 3.0 ?0.9 3.7 ?1.1 2.8 ?0.9 3.1 ?1.0 34.0 ?5.3 High (n = 53) 3.6 ?1.1 4.4 ?0.6 3.9 ?1.0 3.9 ?1.0 3.3 ?1.1 3.3 ?1.2 2.8 ?1.0 4.2 ?1.0 2.7 ?0.9 3.4 ?1.1 36.4 ?5.6 t4) -2.1* -3.7*** -1.0 -1.0 -0.6 -1.6 1.2 -3.0** 1.1 -1.8 -2.9**1. I can eat calcium-rich side dishes (e.g., using milk, cheese, anchovies, green vegetables) frequently when I have a meal.1) 2. I can eat cheese or yogurt for snacks. 3. I can drink dairy products (milk or yogurt, etc.) instead of soft drinks or caffeine beverages. 4. I can eat calcium-rich foods (milk, cheese, anchovy, green vegetables, etc.) when I eat meals at home. 5. I can eat calcium-rich foods (milk, cheese, anchovy, green vegetables, etc.) when I eat out. 6. I can select calcium-rich foods or menu when I eat with others. 7. It’s difficult to have calcium-rich foods because of cost. 8. I can eat dairy products (milk, cheese, yogurt, etc.) every day. 9. It’s difficult to eat calcium-rich side dishes (anchovy, green vegetables, etc.) because of time constraints. 10. I can have calcium-rich foods when I eat a meal alone. Total score1) 2)* P < 0.05, ** P < 0.01, *** P < 0.001 Each item was measured by 5-point scales ranging from 1 (very difficult) to 5 (very easy). 2) Possible score: 10-50, the summated score of 10 items. To calculate the total score, two items (item 7, 9) were coded reversely. 3) Mean ?SD 4) t value by t-test Table 5. Eating behaviors of subjects by calcium intake level Calcium intake level Variables (days/week) 0-2 1. Eat a variety of foods. 2. Eat adequate amounts of food at meals. 3. Eat meals regularly. Total (n = 240) 3-5 6-7 49 (20.4) 67 (27.9) 28 (11.7) 0-2 59 (31.6) 80 (42.8) 16 (8.6) 52 (27.8) 56 (29.9) 74 (30.8)2) 117 (48.8) 34 (14.2) 139 (57.9) 99 (41.3) 113 (47.1) Low (n = 187) 3-5 91 (48.7) 85 (45.5) 6-7 37 (19.8) 53 (28.3) 22 (11.8) 0-2 15 (28.3) 9 (17.0) 19 (35.8) 3 (5.8) 11 (20.8) 12 (22.6) 12 (22.6) 8 (15.1) 32 (60.4) 39 (73.6) 20 (37.7) 24 (45.3) High (n = 53) 3-5 26 (49.1) 30 (56.6) 28 (52.8) 24 (46.2) 21 (39.6) 26 (49.1) 22 (41.5) 22 (41.5) 12 (22.6) 8 (15.1) 26 (49.1) 22 (41.5) 6-7 12 (22.6) 14 (26.4) 6 (11.3) 25 (48.1) 21 (39.6) 15 (28.3) 19 (35.8) 2.

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