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Mathews Journal of Nutrition & Dietetics

2474-7475

Mathews Journal of Nutrition & Dietetics (MJND; ISSN 2474-7475) is an open access journal that covers all aspects of experimental nutrition, with special focus on cellular, molecular, human, and animal nutrition. It publishes high-quality research on key topics, such as food science, clinical nutrition, weight loss, and sports nutrition. Papers on surveillance, epidemiological, and interventional research that provide insights into the following: i) familial, environmental influences on eating patterns; ii) correlations between health and eating patterns, and iii) strategies aimed at improving eating patterns among populations are highly solicited.

MJND is especially dedicated to publishing articles that advance our understanding of nutritional mechanisms in relevant model organisms. Manuscripts dealing with interactions of nutrition with genetics, physiology, and health and behavioral outcomes are well suited for publication in MJND.

MJND also welcomes articles reporting on psychometric properties (reliability, validity) and feasibility of methods employed for assessing aspects such as dietary intake and optimum nutrition for human nutrition research. Study protocols for cohort studies and controlled trials, with special focus on methods for assessing intervention components and dietary exposures and outcomes are especially welcome.

Why publish with us?

High Visibility: MJND is a proponent of the open access system; this format of publishing ensures high visibility for the authors.
Promotion in Social Media: MJNG aggressively promotes the published articles on social media to ensure greater visibility
Rigorous peer review: Every manuscript submitted undergoes a thorough and rigorous double-blind peer-review. This process eliminates subjective judgments and bias from the decision making process.

We welcome all types of articles related to Nutrition & Dietetics. For submission assistance contact: i[email protected]. Please follow the Author Guidelines.

If you are not sure whether your work is suitable for this journal, please email us at i[email protected] or call us at +1-606-405–6566.

Recently Published Articles
Review Article

Elimination/Neutralization of COVID-19 Vaccine-Produced Spike Protein: Scoping Review

Published : 12th April 2024
Authors : Steven Petrosino1-3*, Nyona Matende4
Citation : Petrosino S, et al. (2024). Elimination/Neutralization of COVID-19 Vaccine-Produced Spike Protein: Scoping Review. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 7(1):34.

Research Article

Adverse Effect of Cashew Nuts Studied on Ants as Biological Models

Published : 26th March 2024
Author : Marie-Claire Cammaerts*
Citation : Cammaerts M. (2024). Adverse Effect of Cashew Nuts Studied on Ants as Biological Models. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 7(2):36.

Research Article

Functional And Pasting Properties of Mechanically Dehulled Toasted African Breadfruit (Treculia africana) Seed Flour as Affected by Pretreatments

Published : 13th March 2024
Authors : Akajiaku LO1,*, Nwabueze TU2, Onwuka GI2
Citation : Akajiaku LO, et al. (2024). Functional And Pasting Properties of Mechanically Dehulled Toasted African Breadfruit (Treculia africana) Seed Flour as Affected by Pretreatments. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 7(1):32.

Review Article

The Efficacy and Safety of Vitamin D Supplementation on the Incidence Rate of Pre-Eclampsia: A Systematic Review

Published : 04th March 2024
Authors : Rehab Owayn Alanazi1,*, Fiona McCullough2
Citation : Alanazi RO, et al. (2024). The Efficacy and Safety of Vitamin D Supplementation on the Incidence Rate of Pre-Eclampsia: A Systematic Review. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 7(1):33.

Research Article

Effect of Genotype, Environment, and Their Interactions on Internal as well as External Egg Quality Traits of Different Chicken Genotypes and Poultry Species in Ethiopia and Beyond: A Review

Published : 02nd February 2024
Authors : Tekeba Eshetie1,*, Aklilu Tesema2, Dereje Bekele1, Tadesse Assefa1
Citation : Eshetie T, et al. (2024). Effect of Genotype, Environment, and Their Interactions on Internal as well as External Egg Quality Traits of Different Chicken Genotypes and Poultry Species in Ethiopia and Beyond: A Review. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 7(1):31.

Research Article

Barriers and Motivations for Obtaining an Anti-Inflammatory Plant-Based Diet in Patients with Crohn’s Disease: A Qualitative Interview Study

Published : 25th January 2024
Authors : Line Birch Arvidsson1, Marie Louise Bergmann1, Mette Holst1,2,*
Citation : Arvidsson LB, et al. (2024). Barriers and Motivations for Obtaining an Anti-Inflammatory Plant-Based Diet in Patients with Crohn’s Disease: A Qualitative Interview Study. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 7(1):30.

Editor In Chief
Tim Hideaki Tanaka
Tim Hideaki Tanaka

Director of the Pacific Wellness Institute , Registered Nutritional Consultant ,
Canada

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