International Journal of Nutrition

Ongoing Special Issue - 2


"Welcome to our special issue, 'Dietary Interventions To Activate Genes To Reverse The NAFLD Epidemic In Global Populations'. We invite authors to submit original papers that offer significant and novel contributions to this critical area of research. Our goal is to explore dietary interventions that can activate genes to reverse the NAFLD epidemic in global populations. As a leading journal in the field of nutrition and health, we are committed to publishing cutting-edge research that advances the understanding and treatment of diseases. We encourage submissions that demonstrate a rigorous and innovative approach to the topic.


NAFLD Epidemic In Global Population


Special Issue By: Dr. Ian James Martins

Title: Dietary Interventions To Activate Genes To Reverse The NAFLD Epidemic In Global Populations



Topics of interest include:

  • Global
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  • Anti-aging genes
  • Diet
  • Metabolism



In Western countries, metabolic syndrome and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) have reached 30% of the global population. Western diets and sedentary lifestyles cause metabolic disorders in developing countries which may increase NAFLD, diabetes, and neurodegenerative diseases. In developing countries access to high-calorie diets in urban areas regulates liver nuclear receptors that are responsible for glucose, lipid, and toxicological sensing and interrupt the metabolism of xenobiotics that become toxic to various tissues such as the pancreas, heart, kidney, brain, and liver. The calorie-sensitive sirtuin 1 (Sirt 1) is critical to dietary interventions to reduce oxidative stress and the induction of NAFLD. Prevention programs are an important goal of international health organizations in developed and developing countries and the plans to adopt a healthy diet, low caffeine and xenobiotic intake, active lifestyle, adequate magnesium intake, and reduced intake of fat, cholesterol, and sugar are important to manage and reverse the global NAFLD epidemic.



Ongoing Special Issue - 1


Special Issue On - Maternal nutrition and effect on offspring: a special reference to leptin

Special issue By - Dr. Sadanand Naik

This special issue calls for original papers with important and novel contributions related to –"Micronutrients in pregnancy"

Topics of interest include

  • riboflavin
  • pyridoxine
  • pregnancy
  • homocysteine
  • holotranscobalamin

We look for high-quality publications on - "Maternal nutrition and effect on offspring: a special reference to leptin".

The importance and need for this special issue:

The emerging challenges and solutions provided by Modern methods are extremely interesting and are of great hope for the future. This platform brings forth outstanding research information in the specified field which helps researchers to have a perfect source specifically designed for research on "Micronutrients In Pregnancy" with much emphasis on immunity and cure

This resource not only affects the way the trending research is evolving but also creates tremendous new support for the now-working researchers to put forth their work at a worthy and specifically targeted readership for the desired proper usage of the knowledge dissipated by you.

This research area has many new challenges in the future and many challenges still remain to be resolved, and we hope that this issue will help to open new horizons for research on Micronutrients.

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