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Table 2 Percentages of healthy consumption levels by time point (n = 110)

From: Changes in diet from pregnancy to one year after birth: a longitudinal study

   Percentage of healthy consumption p-values for differences in percentages
T0 T1 T2 T0/T1 T1/T2 T0/T2
Diet composition
Fruits/vegetables % healthy 31% 22% 16% .057 .178 .003
Milk unsweetened % healthy 50% 56% 45% .310 .022 .400
Beverage sweetened % healthy 25% 25% 36% .847 .020 .022
Whole grain bread % healthy 42% 46% 56% .505 .068 .021
White bread % healthy 86% 69% 76% <.001 .176 .015
Meat % healthy 23% 26% 35% .537 .148 .031
Fish % healthy 86% 89% 89% 1.00 .260 .041
Ready-made meals % healthy 38% 36% 41% .548 .240 .491
Fried potatoes % healthy 30% 45% 39% .003 .316 .066
Rice/noodles % healthy 86% 82% 86% .390 .430 1.00
Potatoes % healthy 66% 66% 65% .853 .860 .746
Treatsa % healthy 42% 22% 43% < .001 < .001 .879
  1. The categorization of responses into healthy, moderately healthy, and unhealthy is presented in Additional file 1.
  2. t0 = pregnancy, t1 = breastfeeding period, t2 = after weaning.
  3. aTreats = combination of sweetened milk products, cakes, and sweet/savory snacks