Diet and Stress

The relationship between dietary intake and mental effect of academic stressors on eating habits among medical students in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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Cookie or clementine? Psychophysiological stress reactivity and recovery after eating healthy and unhealthy comfort foods

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Mediterranean diet, stress resilience, and aging in nonhuman primates

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Food and mental health: relationship between food and perceived stress and depressive symptoms among university students in the United Kingdom

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Effects of anxiety on caloric intake and satiety-related brain activation in women and men

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Chronic stress exposure may affect the brain's response to high calorie food cues and predispose to obesogenic eating habits

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Stress and eating behaviors

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Eating behavior in response to acute stress

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Calorie intake and gambling: is fat and sugar consumption 'impulsive'?

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The effects of mental stress on non-insulin-dependent diabetes: determining the relationship between catecholamine and adrenergic signals from stress, anxiety, and depression on the physiological changes in the pancreatic hormone secretion

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Effects of stress on eating behavior

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Stress, eating and the reward system

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Diet and stress

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Eating habits among medical students at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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The association between stress levels and food consumption among Iranian population

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Diet quality for sodium and vegetables mediate effects of whole food diets on 8-week changes in stress load

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Diet, stress and mental health

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Perceived stress and diet quality in women of reproductive age: a systematic review and meta-analysis

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Stress, depression, diet, and the gut microbiota: human-bacteria interactions at the core of psychoneuroimmunology and nutrition

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Stress exposure, food intake and emotional state

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Networks of stress, affect and eating behaviour: anticipated stress coping predicts goal-congruent eating in young adults

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