Diet and Performance

The CNP Diet and Performance Research Category consolidates research exploring the interdependent relationship between dietary intake and performance. 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.

2018

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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2019

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

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2019

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

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2011

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

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2019

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

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2019

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

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2017

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

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2010

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

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2019

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

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2017

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

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2020

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

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2019

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

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2019

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

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2020

The impact of mediterranean diet in perioperative nurses' health

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2017

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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2011

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

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2018

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

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2020

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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2021

Does a healthy lifestyle matter? A daily diary study of unhealthy eating at home and behavioral outcomes at work

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2020

Enhanced physical and cognitive performance in active duty Airmen: evidence from a randomized multimodal physical fitness and nutritional intervention

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2021

Effects of dietary patterns on driving behaviours among professional truck drivers: the mediating effect of fatigue

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2019

Prudent diet is associated with low sleepiness among short-haul truck drivers

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2020

Energy deficiency in soldiers: The risk of the athlete triad and relative energy deficiency in sport syndromes in the military

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