Mieux s'alimenter pour mieux profiter de la vie

  • Décrire les troubles alimentaires qui peuvent apparaître durant les études en médecine

  • Indiquer comment une alimentation meilleure peut améliorer ses capacités cognitives et son bien-être

  • Proposer des recettes rapides, nutritifs et abordables pour les étudiants et professionnels qui ont peu de temps




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Jahrami, H., Sater, M., Abdulla, A., Faris, M. A., & AlAnsari, A. (2019). Eating disorders risk among medical students: a global systematic review and meta-analysis. Eat Weight Disord, 24(3), 397-410. doi:10.1007/s40519-018-0516-z

In this systematic review and meta-analysis, the summary prevalence of ED risk among medical students was 10.4%.

Hamidi, M. S., Boggild, M. K., & Cheung, A. M. (2016). Running on empty: a review of nutrition and physicians' well-being. Postgrad Med J, 92(1090), 478-481.

"Mediterranean diet is characterized by high intake of vegetables, fruits, cereals, pulses, nuts, and seeds; moderate consumption of dairy products, fish, poultry, eggs, and unsaturated fats, such as olive oil as the primary source of monounsaturated fat for cooking and dressing; low to moderate intake of wine during meals; and low intake of red, processed meats and saturated fats."

Psaltopoulou, T., Sergentanis, T. N., Panagiotakos, D. B., Sergentanis, I. N., Kosti, R., & Scarmeas, N. (2013). Mediterranean diet, stroke, cognitive impairment, and depression: A meta-analysis. Ann Neurol, 74(4), 580-591.

Results: On multivariate logistic regression analyses adjusted for age, gender, body mass index, and nocturnal sleeping hours, skipping breakfast (completely skipping breakfast everyday versus having breakfast everyday; odds ratio 7.81, 95% confidence interval 2.00 –30.52, P 0.003) and taking meals irregularly (completely irregular versus always regular; odds ratio 6.89, 95% confidence interval 1.20 –39.55, P 0.030) were positively correlated with the prevalence of fatigue.

Conclusion: Skipping breakfast and taking meals irregularly are associated with the prevalence of fatigue in medical students

Tanaka, M., Mizuno, K., Fukuda, S., Shigihara, Y., & Watanabe, Y. (2008). Relationships between dietary habits and the prevalence of fatigue in medical students. Nutrition, 24(10), 985-989.
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