What kind of super-foods does it take to get one A&E doctor through a grueling 8-hour nightshift at a busy London hospital? Warning, this may contain biscuits ...

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Image: Uniform eating: the doctor

Jennifer goes bananas on the night shift

1. Every day (or night) starts with a good cuppa.

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Every day starts with a cuppa

2. This is my last night shift for a while – it's something to celebrate with smiley potato faces for tea.

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Tea time treat for my last night shift

3. Handover. Insert caffeine here ... it's gonna be a long shift.

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Energy drink required


 

4. Team midnight take a snack break: it's all about the tea. Oh, and hobnobs.

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Tea and biscuits. Essential.

5. Stuffed pasta and spinach from a Tupperware. That's what you need at 3am!

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Stuffed pasta for tea

6. Or bread and spinach ...

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Spinach sandwich


 

7. Or toast. This chap is in charge of the hospital. Why so happy? Because he loves the free toast we can eat all day long.
 

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Toast for dinner

8. The youngster is sticking with hobnobs.

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Hobnob midnight snack

9. End of the week treat is a cinnamon and apple breakfast brioche, real coffee (to keep me awake long enough to eat it) and a book that reminds me of the real world!

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Breakfast

10. Banana and bed ... not a bad day's work by 9.50am!

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Banana and bedtime