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Current Nutraceuticals

ISSN: 2665-9786 (Print)
eISSN: 2665-9794 (Online)

“Current Nutraceuticals” publishes original research articles, mini- and full-length reviews, feature articles, technical notes and thematic issues covering all aspects of nutraceuticals, from the isolation and comprehensive characterization of secondary metabolites and their synthesis to the biological activity of nutritional constituents and antioxidants, clinical, population, ethnological and agricultural studies. The journal also explicitly welcomes interdisciplinary contributions considering wider social, cultural, ethical and applied aspects of nutraceuticals and nutrition in modern society.

  • Isolation and comprehensive chemical and physical characterization of active ingredients
  • Secondary metabolites from plants and (micro-)organisms
  • Antioxidants
  • Chemoprevention
  • Biomarkers of nutrition and health
  • Chemistry of nutraceuticals, including synthesis
  • Nutrition and ageing
  • Nutrition and lifestyle
  • Nutraceuticals and drug development
  • Nutraceuticals in agriculture
  • Healthy diets
  • Nutraceuticals in Society: Wider cultural, social, ethical, ecological and economic implications

Special Issues With Active Call for Papers

Submission closes on: Dec 24, 2024
Plant-Based Nutraceuticals: A Sustainable Approach to Healthier Tomorrows

The scope of this thematic issue is to explore the rapidly expanding field of plant-based nutraceuticals, with an emphasis on sustainably sourced botanical ingredients. We kindly invite the submission of review articles, as well as original research and commentaries, that investigate the potentials of various plant-based nutraceuticals in promoting health and preventing diseases. The focus of the issue will encompass the following areas: - the scientific evidence of the health benefits of specific plant-based nutraceuticals.... see more

Submission closes on: Dec 04, 2024
Nutraceutical Compounds from Waste Bioresources

This thematic issue explores the potential of converting waste bioresources into valuable nutraceutical compounds. The issue will cover advanced extraction techniques, including supercritical-fluid extraction, pressurized-liquid extraction, and microwave-assisted extraction, which offer efficient methods for recovering valuable compounds like secondary metabolites, minerals, vitamins, and phytochemicals from these waste materials. The focus will be on the dual benefits of nutraceutical production: improving public health through enhanced nutrition and contributing to sustainability by reducing waste and environmental impact.... see more