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Current Nutrition and Food Science

ISSN: 1573-4013 (Print)
eISSN: 2212-3881 (Online)

Current Nutrition & Food Science publishes frontier research on recent advances in food and nutrition pertaining to their nutritional value, their impact on health and disease, and their molecular and biochemical actions. The journal aims to publish high-quality original research and full-length/mini-review articles, and thematic issues in the following areas:
• Brewing
• Cereal Science
• Clinical Nutrition
• Dairy Science
• Dietetics
• Food Additives
• Food Contaminants
• Food Chemistry
• Food Biochemistry
• Food Engineering
• Food Processing
• Food Microbiology
• Food Technology
• Food Quality
• Food Safety
• Meat Science
• Nutrition and Metabolism
• Nutrition Science
• Nutritional Biochemistry
• Vitamin Research

Special Issues With Active Call for Papers

Submission closes on: Feb 25, 2025
Bioactive compounds, functional foods, metabolism, and health

Nutrition, metabolism, and their intervention strategies have become focal points of interest in the study of metabolic syndrome and health. Bioactive compounds, phytochemicals, and functional foods play crucial roles in modulating metabolic processes and improving human health. Moreover, the composition of the gut microbiome is also believed to be closely linked with diseases such as metabolic syndrome. Therefore, by thoroughly investigating the interactions of bioactive compounds and phytochemicals with hosts in human, animal, and cell... see more

Submission closes on: Oct 12, 2024
Functional Foods in Human Health and Beyond

Foods are important source of nutrients including carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and other minerals. Furthermore, the functional foods are those agents that have additional components that are essential supports to the body in terms of antioxidant and pharmacologically active agents. The predominant functional foods are of plant in origin, whereas some are of animal in origin. These functional foods are important in the management of various diseases in humans and animals. The present thematic issue will... see more

Submission closes on: Sep 23, 2024
Harnessing Bioactive Compounds from Food Waste: Sustainable Extraction Strategies and Health Applications

Food waste presents a significant challenge across the postharvest cycle, from agricultural production to distribution. However, within this waste lies a treasure trove of bioactive chemicals that hold immense potential for nutraceuticals, functional foods, and postharvest additives, including antimicrobials. Various extraction methods, such as solvent extraction (SE), supercritical fluid extraction (SFE), subcritical water extraction (SCW), enzymatic extraction, ultrasounds, cold plasma, and microwaves, offer green technology-based solutions for harnessing these bioactive components. Moreover, India's substantial portion... see more

Submission closes on: Jun 30, 2024
Natural Bioactive Compounds Derivatives in Nutraceutical and Food Science

In the last years, plants have been widely used for their numerous properties and now there is growing interest in the study of classes of compounds obtained from plant species or derived from them. The importance of these natural compounds lies in their important therapeutic purposes, and in their capability to represent a natural way of preventing diseases. The chemical structure of natural bioactive compounds influences their activity and use. Appropriate extraction methods, new synthetic... see more