Nutrition and Sports Science Open Access Research
Call for Papers
There is increasing attention to the role that sex and gender play in health behaviors and outcomes. For example, the prevalence of some chronic diseases differs between males and females and sex differences have been observed in life expectancy. Topics for this special issue may include but are not limited to:
• Associations between sex and/or gender and factors that influence dietary intake
• Sex and/or gender differences in the relationship between dietary intake and disease risk
• Sex and/or gender differences in response to dietary interventions
Submission deadline: August 31, 2019. Find out more here.
Rates of diet-related chronic disease are increasing globally, driving the need to both understand the dose-response relationships among nutrients and chronic disease, and to establish scientifically-grounded guidance for optimal dietary intakes. This special issue is dedicated to improving our knowledge in precision nutrition and involves the following topics:
- The link between metabolism and chronic diseases
- Strategies to define responders and non-responders to nutritional interventions
- Associations between nutrient intake and health/disease state
- Biomarkers for metabolic disease
- Conditionally essential nutrients in health and disease
- Links between nutrient intake and the microbiome
Submission deadline: 31 Dec 2019. Find out more here.
Nutrition Journal provides a global platform to disseminate innovative surveillance, epidemiologic, and intervention research relevant to human nutrition. Embracing a holistic approach, the journal considers population and public health as well as clinical contexts, and studies shedding light on links between eating patterns and the environment. Read more
Role of whole grains versus fruits and vegetables in reducing subclinical inflammation and promoting gastrointestinal health in individuals affected by overweight and obesity: a randomized controlled trial
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (IJBNPA) is devoted to furthering the understanding of the behavioral aspects of diet and physical activity and is unique in its inclusion of multiple levels of analysis, including populations, groups and individuals and its inclusion of epidemiology, and behavioral, theoretical and measurement research areas. Read more
Children’s everyday exposure to food marketing
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity is pleased to present a recent video abstract on Children’s everyday exposure to food marketing. This paper reports on innovative research, Kids’Cam, in which children wore cameras to examine the frequency and nature of everyday exposure to food marketing across multiple media and settings.