About the Journal
Journal of Nutritional Biology provides an international forum and refereed authoritative source of scientific information in the field of Nutritional Sciences. The Journal distinguishes the multidisciplinary nature of nutritional science and includes material from all of the specialties involved in nutrition research, including molecular and cell biology and the emerging area of nutritional genomics. The journal provides an invaluable record of the scientific research currently being undertaken, contributing to "the scientific study of nutrition and its application to the maintenance of human health".
Aim and Scope
The Journal of Nutritional Biology presents advances in nutrition research and science, informs its readers on new and advancing technologies and new data in clinical nutrition practice, encourages the application of the techniques of outcomes research and meta-analyses to problems in patient-related nutrition; and seeks to help clarify and set the research, policy and practice agenda for nutrition science to enhance human well-being in the years ahead.
The aim of JNB is to emphasize the current research work going on nutritional concepts and publish the work considered by peer reviewers in a systematic process to expand scientific knowledge and to put less prominence on interest levels, provided that this work comprises a useful contribution to the field. The journal publishes all types of articles covering the following topics, but are not limited to: Human Nutrition and Physiology, Nutritional Biochemistry, Food Microbiology, Food Science, Body Organization, Probiotics, Food Safety, Body Mechanics, Health Assessment and Nutritional Disorders. The journal offers approachable, balanced coverage of applied and experimental nutrition research worldwide for scientists, researchers, practitioners, and students in a number of allied fields including public health, medicine, dietetics, and food science.