Nutrition Science interprets the process of providing or obtaining the food necessary for health and growth.
The Aim of our journal is to provide a platform for the high-quality publications which include recent advances and developments taking place in the fields of food, nutrition and nutritional disorders. Nutritionists, researchers, clinicians and other healthcare professionals can find up-to-date information relating to emerging approaches to the diagnosis, treatment, management, and prevention of conditions.
We publish original papers, review articles, case reports, and short communications, as well as short technical reports.
Abstract: It remains common practice to chop the food of zoo-housed animals, even when the animals themselves are capable of processing larger food items.PDF Read More
Extended Abstract: Food, fiber and shelter are the basic human needs for their existence on the planet, while land, water and air are the essential natural resources to support the life.PDF Read More
Abstract: Introduction: Household food insecurity (HFI) has become a major public health concern throughout the world. In addition, depression, as one of the main causes of disability, affects 350 million people worldwide.PDF Read More
Abstract: The unusual rates of morbidity and escalating degrees of mortality in nCV–2019 have compelled the WHO to declare public health emergency of international concern. Vulnerability and transmissibility are particularlyDOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202208003 PDF Read More
Abstract: Increasing population and rapid industrialization are causing continuous increase in wastewater generation. Excessive use of pesticides and fertilizers is also a major threat for land and water pollution.DOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202207001 PDF Read More
Abstract: Galenic anti–cancerous dietetics prescribes ‘all types of birds, except those living in marshes’. A general dietary pattern is proposed by Pieter van Foreest and Amatus Lusitanus. Special attention is paid to goose,DOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202207002 PDF Read More
Abstract: This mini–review article highlights the importance of ‘slow eating’ for human protection against metabolic disorders, namely diabetes, obesity, and associated complexities in today’s stressful times. Recent findingsDOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202209001 PDF Read More
Abstract: The gut microbiota exerts some pivotal metabolic functions in digestion and absorption of nutrients , detoxification and synthesis of vitamins .DOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202205001 PDF Read More
Abstract: Pendant drop tensiometry was usually used to determine the surface elasticity and different kinetic parameters from a modified dynamic surface tension measurement in order to characterize milk protein adsorption behavior to the air/water interface.DOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202205002 PDF Read More
Abstract: This perspective article aimed to develop a question if night eating interferes with normal circadian nutrient metabolism in humans. The modern man has tremendously changed his circadian eating timeDOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202209001 PDF Read More
Abstract: Clostridium thermocellum and Bacillus coagulans both bacteria hold commercial biotechnological importance because of their capability to produce numerous industrial products such as Clostridium thermocellumDOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202208001 PDF Read More
Abstract: The human gut is being recognized as a second brain, serving the body for optimal physical and mental health. Obesity and its associated complexities are majorDOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202208002 PDF Read more
Abstract: This study focused on the development and sensory evaluation of Toma–Pep Ketch–Up (TPK) prepared from two local species of fresh Tomato fruits (Ronita and UTC); all the samples, including the control sampleDOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202206002 PDF Read more
Abstract: This study focused on the development and quality evaluation of Toma–Pep Ketch–Up (TPK) prepared from two local species of fresh Tomato fruits (Ronita and UTC); all the samples including the control sample (commercially availableDOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202206003 PDF Read More
Abstract: Background: Vitamin D has a great impact on multiple body systems including cardiovascular health and blood pressure. Objective: Our study aims to examine the relation between the circulating serum 25 (OH)DOI: 10.33582/mpnfs.2022.202206001 PDF Read More