TABLE 1

Participant Characteristics Overall and by SSB Intake

Variable2 y4 y5 y
Total Na (weighted %b of category)SSB Consumption, %Total Na (weighted %b of category)SSB Consumption, %Total Na (weighted %b of category)SSB Consumption, %
<1≥1<1≥1<1≥1
Overall760090.79.3855087.013.0680088.411.6
 Wt status
 Normal wt5350 (69.9)91.09.05750 (67.7)88.012.04600 (67.9)89.610.4
 Overweight1150 (15.1)89.910.11400 (16.3)86.014.01150 (16.7)88.211.8
 Obese1150 (15.1)90.29.81350 (16.0)83.916.11050 (15.4)83.616.4
 P valuec.17<.05<.001
Maternal BMI category
 Normal wt3050 (41.8)92.57.53500 (33.9)92.17.92750 (40.1)91.38.7
 Overweight1950 (26.7)90.39.72350 (27.4)88.311.71850 (27.1)89.410.6
 Obese2250 (31.4)89.110.92800 (32.7)83.516.52250 (32.7)84.515.5
 Pc<.001<.01<.01
Television viewing, h
 <22800 (37.9)90.99.14000 (44.2)91.09.03450 (49.5)92.97.1
≥24600 (62.1)90.79.34950 (55.8)83.916.13550 (50.5)84.115.9
 Pc.37<.0001<.0001
Milk intaked
 <11300 (14.5)81.818.21150 (16.2)81.618.4
 11450 (16.1)86.513.51150 (16.6)89.110.9
 22700 (29.9)88.911.12200 (31.5)90.39.7
≥33500 (39.5)88.012.02500 (35.7)88.012.0
 Pc<.01.21
  • a All ns are rounded to the nearest 50 in compliance with NCES rules.

  • b All percents are weighted to population.

  • c χ2 test comparing rates of SSB consumption between groups.

  • d Information on number of milk servings not available at 2-y time point.