Nutrire publishes first articles in nutrition and food science with BioMed Central
London, Sao Paulo: Friday 1st July 2016: Nutrire, an open access, peer reviewed journal devoted to food and nutrition science has published its first articles with BioMed Central.
Nutrire is the official journal of the Brazilian Society for Food and Nutrition, and had previously been published by the society since 1990. The journal is devoted to publishing new evidence for clinical nutrition practice, advancing basic and experimental nutrition and food science research, and providing the groundwork for improving public health through evidence-based nutritional and behavioral interventions.
Dr Marcos Minicucci, Editor-in-Chief and Professor of Internal Medicine at São Paulo State University Botucatu Medical School, Brazil said: “We are very pleased to announce this new phase of Nutrire. Our aim is that the broad scope of the journal enables multidisciplinary discussions in all aspects of food and nutrition science.”
Rachel Burley, Publishing Director at BioMed Central said: “From how nutrients interact with genes, proteins and our metabolism, to how dietary patterns might influence long-term health, Nutrire publishes fascinating multidisciplinary research. We are delighted that they have chosen BioMed Central as their publishing partner going forward.”
Dr Olga Amancio, president of the Brazilian Society for Food and Nutrition said: “We really look forward to having a high quality, multidisciplinary journal to foster advances in human nutrition. The transfer of Nutrire to an established open access publisher like BioMed Central is a consequence of the remarkable development of food and nutrition sciences not only around the world, but also particularly in Brazil and other countries in Latin America.”
The first articles to be published in Nutrire on biomedcentral.com are:
• Nutrire, the official journal of the Brazilian Society for Food and Nutrition, enters a new phase by joining BioMed Central
• Brazilian Society for Food and Nutrition position statement: gluten-free diet
• Beverages characterize the nutritional profile of Brazilian adolescents’ breakfast
• Lipid-lowering properties of protein-rich mucuna product
The journal website can be found here.
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Nutrire is the official journal of the Brazilian Society for Food and Nutrition (SBAN), a non-profit society whose mission is to disseminate knowledge in the field of food science and nutrition. Founded in 1985, SBAN is affiliated with the American Society for Nutrition and is an adhering body of the International Union of Nutritional Sciences (IUNS).