Diet and Performance

The effectiveness of healthy meals at work on reaction time, mood and dietary intake: a randomised cross-over study in daytime and shift workers at an university hospital

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The influence of dietary patterns and stressful life events on psychological problems in a large sample of Iranian industrial employees: structural equations modeling approach

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The effectiveness of workplace health promotion interventions on physical and mental health outcomes - a systematic review of reviews

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Evaluating the impact of a workplace wellness program in Saudi Arabia: an intra-department study

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Food for thought: an exploratory study of how physicians experience poor workplace nutrition

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Association between work-related factors and diet: a review of the literature

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Dietary behaviour is associated with cardiometabolic and psychological risk indicators in female hospital nurses-a post-hoc, cross-sectional study

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Impact of hydration and nutrition on personal performance in the clinical workplace

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Physician nutrition and cognition during work hours: effect of a nutrition based intervention

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Associations between shift type, sleep, mood, and diet in a group of shift working nurses

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Barriers and facilitators to healthy eating for nurses in the workplace: an integrative review

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A whole-food plant-based experiential education program for health care providers results in personal and professional changes

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Association between sugar-sweetened beverage consumption as meal substitutes, workload, and obesity in nurses: A cross-sectional study

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Are dietary patterns differently associated with differentiated levels of mental health problems?

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The impact of mediterranean diet in perioperative nurses' health

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The effect of 90 day administration of a high dose vitamin B‐complex on work stress

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Relationship between work-family conflict and unhealthy eating: Does eating style matter?

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Adherence to the Mediterranean Diet and self-efficacy as mediators in the mediation of sleep quality and grades in nursing students

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