About the journal
Nutrition Reviews is an international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the publication of authoritative literature reviews that analyze and synthesize existing and emerging knowledge in the field of nutrition science.
Impact Factor and Ranking
Nutrition Reviews is ranked 4th among 78 nutrition and dietetics journals with an Impact Factor of 5.591, as reported in the 2016 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2016). It is the most highly cited monthly review journal in the field.
The editors extend their gratitude to all of the authors, reviewers, and readers who contribute to the journal's success. A list of experts who voluntarily reviewed for the journal in 2015 is available here. If you are an expert in the field who would like to serve as a reviewer, please send an expression of interest along with your curriculum vitae and current areas of work activity to the editorial office at email@example.com.
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Nutrition Reviews in the Press
Nutrition Reviews was mentioned in The Washington Post article, 5 common nutrition misconceptions explained by a dietitian.
Relationship between living alone and food and nutrient intake by Katherine L. Hanna and Peter F. Collins was featured in articles on Delicious magazine, The Huffington Post, The Guardian, Medical Daily, Business Insider, and Health Canal. The article was also the subject of a comment thread on the New Reddit Journal of Science, promoted in a press release from Queensland University of Technology and featured in a blog post from The New York Times.
A press release on EurekAlert! about Nut consumption and risk of cancer and type 2 diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis by Lang Wu et al. was featured on Oncology Nurse Advisor. The article was also highlighted in A Nutty Way to Prevent Cancer? on MedPage Today and it was featured in their daily bulletin.
When do gain-framed health messages work better than fear appeals? by Brian Wansink and Lizzy Pope was featured in an article on The Huffington Post. The article was also mentioned in a release on EurekAlert!
Associations between food and beverage groups and major diet-related chronic diseases: an exhaustive review of pooled/meta-analyses and systematic reviews by Anthony Fardet and Yves Boirie was featured in an article on Food Navigator.
Nutrition Reviews was cited in The Washtenaw Voice article, Healthy Voice: Get your game on with good nutrition strategy.
Nutrition Reviews on the OUPblog
Read the latest blog posts by Nutrition Reviews authors.
Whole grains for cancer prevention? Take the evidence with a grain...
Niyati Parekh and Nour Makarem, September 30, 2016
Which health messages work?
Brian Wansink, January 26, 2015
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Effective Public-Private Partnerships
Public-private partnerships for food and nutrition research are vital for ensuring food safety, sustainability, and optimal human health. A new article outlining 12 guiding principles for creating and operating effective public-private partnerships in nutrition has just been published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Building upon an earlier work of the authors published in Nutrition Reviews, the article provides a clear road map for organizations wishing to engage with others to improve nutrition-related research and to harmonize food systems and human health. To facilitate the broadest possible dissemination, full-text versions of both the current and foundational articles are available for free.