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Moderators of the Relationship Between Physical Activity Enjoyment and Physical Activity in Children.
J Phys Act Health
PUBLISHED: 09-23-2014
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PA enjoyment may be an important determinant of long-term habitual, self-sustained PA behavior in children. The objective of the present study was to contribute towards a better understanding of how children's PA enjoyment is associated with PA behavior by examining the influence of age, gender, BMI and impulsivity as theoretically hypothesized moderators of this relationship.
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Relationship between physical activity and the development of body mass index in children.
Med Sci Sports Exerc
PUBLISHED: 09-10-2014
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Studies estimating the contribution of physical activity (PA) to the development of body mass index (BMI) in critical periods of childhood are warranted. Therefore, we have prospectively investigated this relationship in boys and girls of the KOALA Birth Cohort study, the Netherlands, in the period around adiposity rebound (i.e., 4-9 yr old).
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A longitudinal study of children's outside play using family environment and perceived physical environment as predictors.
Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act
PUBLISHED: 01-20-2014
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A natural and cheap way of increasing children's physical activity is stimulating unstructured outside play.
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Correlates of parental misperception of their child's weight status: the 'be active, eat right' study.
PLoS ONE
PUBLISHED: 01-01-2014
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This study reported on correlates of parental perception of their child's weight status. Associations between parental misperception (i.e., underestimation of the child's weight) and parental intention to improve their child's overweight-related health behaviors and their child meeting guidelines regarding these behaviors were also investigated.
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Primary prevention of overweight in preschool children, the BeeBOFT study (Breastfeeding, Breakfast daily, Outside playing, Few sweet drinks, less TV viewing): design of a cluster randomized controlled trial.
BMC Public Health
PUBLISHED: 08-14-2013
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Two overweight prevention interventions were developed to be offered by preventive Youth Health Care (YHC) in addition to the currently applied overweight prevention protocol to parents of 0-3 year old children. The two interventions aim to support parents of preschool children to realize healthy child nutrition and activity behaviors of their young child. The aim of this study is to assess the effects of the two overweight prevention interventions with regard to child health behaviors and child Body Mass Index.Methods/design: A cluster randomized controlled trial was conducted among parents and their preschool children who attend one of 51 participating YHC teams. The teams were randomly allocated to one of the two intervention groups, or to the control group (care as usual).The BBOFT+ intervention focuses on effective child rearing by parents from birth onwards by enlarging parental skills concerning healthy behavioural life-style habits. Parents who are allocated to the E-health4Uth Healthy toddler intervention group, at the child age of circa 18 and 24 months old, are invited to complete an online E-health module providing tailored health education regarding healthy child nutrition and activity behaviors. The E-health messages are discussed and reinforced during the subsequent regularly scheduled visits by YHC professionals, and were repeated after 4 weeks.The primary outcome measures at child age 3 years are: overweight inducing/reducing behaviors, (for BBOFT+ only) healthy sleep, Body Mass Index and prevalence of overweight and obesity. Secondary outcome measures are attitudes and other cognitive characteristics of the parents regarding the overweight-related behaviors of their child, parenting styles and practices, and health-related quality of life of the children.
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