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Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research ISSN 2641-452X (Online) ISSN 1540-7535 (Print)

Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research is an international, interdisciplinary broad-based peer reviewed scientific journal for critical evaluation of research on chemistry, biology and therapeutic applications of nutraceuticals and functional foods. The major goal of this journal is to provide peer reviewed unbiased scientific data to the decision makers in the nutraceutical and food industry to help make informed choices about development of new products.

To this end, the journal will publish two types of review articles. First, a review of preclinical research data coming largely from animal, cell culture and other experimental models. Such data will provide basis for future product development and/or human research initiatives. Second, a critical evaluation of current human experimental data to help market and deliver the product for medically proven use. This journal will also serve as a forum for nutritionists, internists, neurologists, psychiatrists, and all those interested in preventive medicine.

The common denominator of all of the topic to be covered by the journal must include nutraceuticals and/functional food. The following is an example of some specific areas that may be of interest to the journal. i) Role of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients on cardiovascular health, cancer, diabetes, ocular health, mental health, men’s health, women’s health, infant nutrition, ii) Role of herbals on human health, iii) Dietary supplements and sleep, iv) Components of diet that may have beneficial effect on human health, v) regulation of apoptosis and cell viability, vi) Isolation and characterization of bioactive components from functional foods, vii) Nutritional genomics, and viii) Nutritional proteomics.

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International Journal of Probiotics & Prebiotics ISSN 2641-7197 (Online) ISSN 1555-1431 (Print)

International Journal of Probiotics & Prebiotics (ISSN 1555-1431) is an international, interdisciplinary broad based peer reviewed scientific journal for critical evaluation of research on prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics. The major goal of this journal is to provide peer reviewed unbiased scientific data to students, researchers, healthcare providers, and the decision makers in the nutraceutical industry to help make informed choices about prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics. To this end, the journal will publish original research articles and two types of review articles. First, we will publish a review of preclinical research data coming largely from animal, cell culture and other experimental models. Such data will provide basis for future product development and/or human research initiatives. Second, we will publish a critical evaluation of current human experimental data to help deliver products with medically proven use.

AGRI-WASTE & AGRI-BYPRODUCT JOURNAL (AW&AB)

AGRI-WASTE & AGRI-BYPRODUCT JOURNAL is an international, inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to publishing research focused on issues related to agri-waste and its use for production of economically valuable byproducts. The journal will serve as a forum for food scientists, nutritionists, physicians, environmental scientists, chemical engineers, process chemists and biotechnologists. The following is an example of some specific areas that may be of interest to the journal.

  • Production and testing of economically high-value chemicals from agri-waste
  • Production and testing of prebiotics, anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory agents from agri-waste.
  • Prebiotics of agri-waste origin and gut health promotion.
  • Products from agri-waste for helping with lipid and glucose metabolism.
  • Immune function enhancement by agri-waste derived byproducts.
  • Production of biopesticides from agricultural waste.
  • Issues concerning use of agricultural waste and protection of human health and the environment.
  • Research efforts to develop sound scientific understanding on survival of agri-waste derived infectious microorganisms, the consequences for the food chain and human health on long-term basis.