Resubmit for Review i. All relevant information will be forwarded to the author s.
Original research articles must declare a research hypothesis and include aspects of mechanisms. Decline Submission i.
Authors are encouraged to read and follow the Guide for Authors and Author Submission Checklist Articles covering basic and applied research on all aspects of nutrition sciences are encouraged, including: nutritional biochemistry and metabolism; metabolomics, nutrient gene interactions; nutrient requirements for health; nutrition and disease; digestion and absorption; nutritional anthropology; epidemiology; the influence of socioeconomic and cultural factors on nutrition of the individual and the community; the impact of nutrient intake on disease response and behavior; the consequences of nutritional deficiency on growth and development, endocrine and nervous systems, and immunity; nutrition and gut microbiota; food intolerance and allergy; nutrient drug interactions; nutrition and aging; nutrition and cancer; obesity; diabetes; and intervention programs.
Benefits to authors. A further publishing goal of Nutrition Research is to bridge the gap between clinicians working in nutrition and health and biomedical scientists engaged in areas of biochemistry and molecular and cell biology to improve health.
Nutrition Research is the sponsor for the David Kritchevsky Graduate Student Awardwhich recognizes graduate and professional students that publish outstanding articles in the Journal.
Use of first person language should be used with regard to people with obesity. Investigators doing research in these areas are urged to submit articles.
Another focus of the Journal is to publish research that advances the understanding of nutrients and health protectants in food for improving the human condition. Use of human subjects should include information about the subjects such as registered with clinicaltrials.