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Frontiers in Nutrition

Open access journal delivering informaton in the field of Human and Clinical Nutrition.

No subject pertains more to human life than nutrition. The aim of Frontiers in Nutrition is to integrate major scientific disciplines in this vast field in order to address the most relevant and pertinent questions and developments. Our ambition is to create an integrated podium based on original research, clinical trials, and contemporary reviews to build a reputable knowledge forum in the domains of human health, dietary behaviors, agronomy & 21st century food science. Through the recognized open-access Frontiers platform we welcome manuscripts to our dedicated sections relating to different areas in the field of nutrition with a focus on human health.

Specialty sections in Frontiers in Nutrition include, for example, Clinical Nutrition, Nutrition & Environmental Sustainability, Nutrition and Food Science Technology, Nutrition Methodology, Sport & Exercise Nutrition, Food Chemistry, and Nutritional Immunology. Based on the publication of rigorous scientific research, we thrive to achieve a visible impact on the global nutrition agenda addressing the grand challenges of our time, including obesity, malnutrition, hunger, food waste, sustainability and consumer health.

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Details last updated 09-Jan-2020

Frontiers in Nutrition News

Low vitamin D levels may lead to atrial fibrillation, an irregular heartbeat

Healio - 29-Sep-2023

Findings underscore the importance of maintaining adequate vitamin D levels


Eating just five portions of vegetables may not protect your heart

BBC - 21-Feb-2022

Researchers say balanced diet with healthy lifestyle helps reduce risk of many diseases


Human stem cell trial sees improvment in walking and lung function (LEAF) - 07-Dec-2018

Reducing frailty allows people to keep moving and break the negative feedback cycle of aging.


20-somethings not getting enough nutrients

NHS - 31-Jul-2018

11% to 50% of UK citizens under 30 years old are at risk of micronutrient deficiency