Associations of Sedentary Behavior, Sedentary Bouts and Breaks in Sedentary Time with Cardiometabolic Risk in Children with a Family History of Obesity

@inproceedings{Saunders2013AssociationsOS,
  title={Associations of Sedentary Behavior, Sedentary Bouts and Breaks in Sedentary Time with Cardiometabolic Risk in Children with a Family History of Obesity},
  author={Travis J Saunders and Mark Stephen Tremblay and Marie-Eve Mathieu and M. Eugene Henderson and Jennifer L. O’Loughlin and Angelo Tremblay and J. Scott Chaput},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Although reports in adults suggest that breaks in sedentary time are associated with reduced cardiometabolic risk, these findings have yet to be replicated in children. PURPOSE To investigate whether objectively measured sedentary behavior, sedentary bouts or breaks in sedentary time are independently associated with cardiometabolic risk in a cohort of Canadian children aged 8-11 years with a family history of obesity. METHODS Data from 286 boys and 236 girls living in Quebec… CONTINUE READING

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