http://novaprd-lb.newcastle.edu.au/vital/access/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Impact of a child obesity intervention on dietary intake and behaviors http://novaprd-lb.newcastle.edu.au/vital/access/manager/Repository/uon:5328 0.05). Total quantity of food (g) and kJ kg⁻¹ decreased significantly at both time points (P<0.05). Percent energy derived from core food groups, except fruit, increased significantly at 12 months compared to baseline (P<0.05), and non-core foods decreased, with the largest decreases being for sweetened drinks (5.0±0.4 vs 2.9±0.3% of energy baseline to 12 months, P<0.001) and packaged lunch box snacks (5.4±0.3 vs 4.1±0.3% of energy baseline to 12 months, P<0.001). Conclusion: All treatment groups in the HIKCUPS study appear to be equally efficacious in improving dietary intake in overweight and obese children.]]> Wed 24 Jul 2013 22:58:08 EST ]]>