British Journal of Nutrition


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Newcastle University Population Health Sciences Inst., UK

is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original papers and review articles across the full spectrum of nutritional science. The focus of all manuscripts submitted to the journal should be to increase knowledge in nutritional science relevant to human or animal nutrition. The BJN welcomes manuscripts that report studies in nutritional epidemiology, nutritional requirements, metabolic studies, body composition, energetics, appetite and obesity. Manuscripts that address interactions of nutrition with endocrinology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, molecular and cell biology, neuroscience and physiology and that report outcomes relevant to health, behaviour and well-being are also within scope for the BJN.

The role of different lipid measures for incident hypertension during more than 12 years follow-up: Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study

British Journal of NutritionAccepted manuscript

Association between fat-soluble vitamins and self-reported health status: a cross-sectional analysis of the MARK-AGE cohort

British Journal of NutritionAccepted manuscript

Effects of diets rich in ghee or olive oil on cardiometabolic risk factors in healthy adults: A 2-period, crossover, randomized trial

British Journal of NutritionAccepted manuscript

Commentary on : Prebiotic effects: metabolic and health benefits

British Journal of NutritionAccepted manuscript

Dietary calcium to phosphorus ratio affects postprandial phosphorus concentrations in feline plasma

British Journal of NutritionAccepted manuscript

Effects of dietary eucommia ulmoides leaf extract (ELE) on growth performance, expression of feeding-related genes, activities of digestive enzymes, antioxidant capacity, immunity and cytokines expression of large yellow croaker (

British Journal of NutritionAccepted manuscript

Circulating oestradiol determines liver lipid deposition in rats fed standard diets partially unbalanced with higher lipid or protein proportions

British Journal of NutritionAccepted manuscript

attenuates physiological and behavioral deficits in a D-galactose-induced aging rat model

British Journal of NutritionAccepted manuscript

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British Journal of NutritionVolume 110Issue 7

Cambridge University Press 2021

Cambridge University Press 2021

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