The Journal of Food & Nutritional Disorders promotes rigorous research that makes a significant contribution on the role of diet and dietary components prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management to improve human health and nutritional advancement nationally and internationally. Journal of Food & Nutritional Disorders includes a wide range of fields in its discipline like Food Safety, Malabsorption & Nutritional Disorders, Food Allergies, Food Microbiology, Eating Concerns/Eating Disorders, Diet supplements and Disorders, Food, Health & Wellness, Child Nutrition & Health.
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Scope and Relevance:
Malabsorption & Nutritional Disorders
Eating Concerns/Eating Disorders
Diet supplements and Disorders
Food, Health & Wellness
Child Nutrition & Health
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School Food Fortification Improves Nutrition Status of Students from Poor Migrant
To observe the effect of food fortification including multinutrient fortified rice, iron fortified soy sauce and VA fortified cooking oil on school children of rural-urban migratory families. The school children in a boarding school for children of migrated families in suburb Beijing city were selected as volunteer subjects and the school cafeteria were supplied with iron fortified soy sauce, multinutrient fortified rice and VA fortified cooking oil for 10 month.
This research was to study the characteristics of soy corn yogurt, a new developed nutritious food product. Soy corn yogurt was produced by fermentation of soy corn milk using Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus bulgaricus, at various soybean and sweet corn ratios of 90:10; 80:20; 70:30; 60:40 and 50:50 (w/w). Total lactic acid bacteria, pH, total acidity, syneresis amartand preferences of appearance, texture, aroma and taste of the product were investigated.
A Systematic Review of Effect Modification in Trials of Behavioral Interventions to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Although the health benefits of fruit and vegetable consumption (FVC) has been well documented, the evidence supporting the effectiveness of behavioral interventions to increase FVC has not been as consistent. This review aimed to identify individual and environmental level factors that may explain systematic differences in treatment effects in randomized controlled trials(RCTs) of behavioral interventions to increase FVC through effect modification (EM) and discusses the utility of examining EM in the context of a RCT.
Beneficial Effects of Sardine Proteins Combined with Citrus latifolia Extract on Lipid profile and Tissues Redox Status in Rats fed a High-Cholesterol Diet
Considerable evidences support the role of oxidative stress in the development of atherosclerosis and related cardiovascular diseases. Moreover, feeding experimental animals with high cholesterol diet(HCD) was reported to increase oxidative stress and to induce reactive oxygen species (ROS) generation in different biological tissues including liver, brain, kidney and erythrocytes. Also, lipid peroxidation and oxidative stress are one of the most important pathological mechanisms that explain metabolic changes and hepatic injury following HCD feeding
In Vitro Effects of Aqueous Extracts of Turkish Coffee and Instant Coffee on Glucose Metabolism in Cow Liver Tissue
Coffee consumption has been reported to reduce fasting plasma glucose levels. The aim of this study was to investigate possible effects of aqueous coffee extracts on hepatic glucose metabolism. Cow liver homogenate was used in the assays. After adding glucose, homogenates were incubated with Turkish coffee and instant coffee extracts (5%, 15%, 25% w/v) and then, glucose concentrations were measured within 2 h intervals for 4 hours.