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Nutrition & Metabolism

Nutrition & Metabolism

Co-Editor-in-Chief: Malcolm Watford
Co-Editors-in-Chief: Xu Lin
Managing Editor: Liang Sun

ISSN: 1743-7075 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12986

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Nutrition & Metabolism is a well-established journal in its fields that publishes studies with a clear focus on nutrition and metabolism with a range of applications. This includes nutrition needs, exercise physiology, clinical and population studies, omic-based strategy, as well as the underlying mechanisms in these aspects. The areas of interest encompass studies in molecular nutrition in the context of obesity, diabetes, lipedemias, metabolic syndrome and exercise physiology.

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Impact Factor: 2.974 (2016) * 

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    Nutrition & Metabolism publishes studies with a clear focus on nutrition and metabolism with applications ranging from nutrition needs, exercise physiology, clinical and population studies, as well as the underlying mechanisms in these aspects.

    The areas of interest for Nutrition & Metabolism encompass studies in molecular nutrition in the context of obesity, diabetes, lipedemias, metabolic syndrome and exercise physiology. Manuscripts related to molecular, cellular and human metabolism, nutrient sensing and nutrient–gene interactions are also in interest, as are submissions that have employed new and innovative strategies like metabolomics/lipidomics or other omic-based biomarkers to predict nutritional status and metabolic diseases.

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