The CNP Diet and Stress Research Category consolidates research exploring the interdependent relationship between dietary intake and child and adolescent stress.
To view each original study on the open internet, click “Original.” To view the CNP summary of the study, click “CNP Summary.” While a small portion of the studies in this research category is available below for free, the full set of studies (and their summaries) are available to CNP members through the CNP Library Membership (available Fall 2021).
Does the Mediterranean Diet Protect against Stress-Induced Inflammatory Activation in European Adolescents? The HELENA Study
Preventing adolescent stress-induced cognitive and microbiome changes by diet
Low adherence to the Mediterranean Diet in isolated adolescents: the mediation effects of stress
Are psychological distress and resilience associated with dietary intake among Australian university students?
Relationship between academic stress, physical activity and diet in university students of education
Stress and adolescent hippocampal neurogenesis: diet and exercise as cognitive modulator
Western high-fat diet consumption during adolescence increases susceptibility to traumatic stress while selectively disrupting hippocampal and ventricular volumes (animal study)
Stress and psychological constructs related to eating behavior are associated with anthropometry and body composition in young adults
Impact of stress levels on eating behaviors among college students
Perceived stress and dietary choices: the moderating role of stress management
Assessment of dietary factors, dietary practices and exercise on mental distress in young adults versus matured adults: A cross-sectional study
Unhealthy eating and academic stress: The moderating effect of eating style and BMI