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Journal of Nutrition



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The Journal of Nutrition is published monthly and is an official publication of ASN. Contents include peer-reviewed research papers covering all aspects of experimental nutrition; special articles such as critical reviews and biographies of prominent nutrition scientists; and commentaries on controversial issues in nutrition.

Supplements are frequently published to provide extended discussion of topics of special interest.

The premier journal in its field, The Journal of Nutrition continues to have as its goal the publication of papers based on original nutrition research in humans and other animal species. In circulation since 1928, it is an official monthly publication of the American Society for Nutrition distributed to more than 4500 subscribers world-wide. The Journal publishes original research reported by authors in over 30 countries. To provide expert evaluation of the various segments of the broad spectrum of nutrition research, the editorial office is assisted by scientists who serve as Associate Editors, Editorial Board Members, and ad-hoc reviewers chosen for their nutritional science expertise. They provide constructive evaluation and fair and rapid editorial processing. Reports of research on the following and other areas of nutrition are published:
  • Biochemical, Molecular, and Genetic Mechanisms in Nutrition
  • Nutrient Physiology, Metabolism, and Nutrient-Nutrient Interactions
  • Nutrition and Disease
  • Nutrient Requirements and Optimal Nutrition
  • Nutritional Epidemiology
  • Community and International Nutrition
  • Nutritional Toxicology
  • Nutritional Immunology
  • Ingestive Behavior and Nutritional Neurosciences
  • Nutritional Methodologies and Mathematical Modeling
The Journal also publishes critical reviews, issues and opinions, biographies, and supplements containing proceedings of symposia or special meetings. The frequency of citations to articles published in The Journal of Nutrition by scientists, clinicians, and others increases each year.

The Journal of Nutrition is focused on the publication of mechanistic studies and studies that advance the scientific understanding of nutritional processes. The Journal of Nutrition seeks to review original manuscripts that address nutritionally relevant topics, based on human or animal studies in vivo, relevant cell and molecular models ex vivo, and relevant mathematical models. Manuscripts received by the Editor are previewed to determine their suitability for review. Manuscripts may be returned by the Editor without external review if the topic of the manuscript is outside the scope of The Journal of Nutrition, or if the topic is judged to be better suited to another type of journal.

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