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Table 4 Association between physical activity level with blood lipids and body composition

From: Blood lipid profile and body composition in a pediatric population with different levels of physical activity

Variable Meet physical activity guidelines p
Yes No
\( \overline{x} \) Me SD \( \overline{x} \) Me SD
TC [mg/dL] 160.58 161.50 25.37 157.48 155.00 32.05 0.656
HDL [mg/dL] 60.06 57.00 15.01 56.45 55.00 16.89 0.194
LDL [mg/dL] 89.55 94.50 20.58 91.04 93.00 23.78 0.798
TG [mg/dL] 72.22 61.50 40.23 77.73 68.00 34.96 0.275
Body mass [kg] 43.57 42.80 15.01 53.32 53.40 17.52 0.015
Fat [%] 20.79 18.40 7.71 23.57 24.10 9.50 0.304
FFM [%] 80.51 82.35 7.30 75.00 74.91 9.19 0.007
Muscle [%] 76.27 78.08 6.89 71.10 71.16 8.66 0.008
TBW [%] 57.98 59.70 5.65 55.97 55.60 6.95 0.319
BMI percentile 19.51 18.75 4.10 21.48 20.60 4.99 0.079
  1. BMI body mass index, FFM free fat mass, HDL high density lipoprotein, LDL low density lipoprotein, TBW total body water, TC total cholesterol, TG triglycerides
  2. The cutoff for meeting the physical activity guidelines was at least 60 min daily of moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity