Insights in Nutrition and Metabolism journal perspicaciously studies nutritional, bio-chemical, metabolic transformations within the cells of living organisms. Considering its pinnacle of importance to the scientific community, entrusted focus is in the fields of medicine, cardiovascular diseases, obesity related diseases, nutritional disorders, metabolic disorders, diabetes and molecular transformations of cell.
Aim and Scope
Aim is to provide perception of metabolic and nutritional aspects of cell enzyme-catalyzed reactions which allow organisms to grow and reproduce, maintain their structures, and respond to their environments. Macro and micronutrients, vitamins, antioxidants, which are said to influence metabolic activities of target specific body systems, health disorders can be caused due to less or lack of required nutrients, or too much of a required nutrient. The necessity and admirable dosages of most of these nutrients is still not well established. This provide scope for scientists to share the knowledge; learn the metabolic disorders and abnormalities, then and for to provide remedies for the common good of mankind.
Insights in Nutrition and Metabolism is a peer-reviewed, open-access online journal focused on all aspects of nutrition and metabolism. This encompasses nutrition, including the biochemistry of metabolism, exercises and associated physical processes and also includes clinical articles that relate to metabolism, such as obesity, lipidemias and diabetes. It includes research at the molecular, cellular and organismal levels. Other areas of interest include gene-nutrient interactions, the effects of hormones, models of metabolic function, macronutrient interactions, outcomes of changes in diet, and pathophysiology.
Insights in Nutrition and Metabolism Journal publishes novel surveillance, epidemiologic, and intervention research that sheds light on i) influences (e.g., familial, environmental) on eating patterns; ii) associations between eating patterns and health, and iii) strategies to improve eating patterns among populations. The journal also welcomes manuscripts reporting on the psychometric properties (e.g., validity, reliability) and feasibility of methods (e.g., for assessing dietary intake) for human nutrition research.
In addition, study protocols for controlled trials and cohort studies, with an emphasis on methods for assessing dietary exposures and outcomes as well as intervention components, will be considered. Publishes content focused on the integration of nutrition, exercise physiology, clinical investigations, and molecular and cellular biochemistry of metabolism. The areas of interest of Nutrition & Metabolism encompass studies in obesity, diabetes, lipidemias, metabolic syndrome and exercise physiology that have an underlying basis in metabolism. Likewise, we seek submission of manuscripts on the biochemistry of metabolism, cell signaling, molecular and cellular biology of nutrients, nutrient gene interactions and other areas that have implications for human nutrition and medicine.
The Contents are focused on the integration of nutrition, exercise physiology, clinical investigations, and molecular and cellular biochemistry of metabolism. The areas of interest of Nutrition & Metabolism encompass studies in obesity, diabetes, lipidemias, metabolic syndrome and exercise physiology that have an underlying basis in metabolism. Likewise, we seek submission of manuscripts on the biochemistry of metabolism, cell signaling, molecular and cellular biology of nutrients, nutrient gene interactions and other areas that have implications for human nutrition and medicine. As well as publishing studies in obesity, diabetes, lipidemias, metabolic syndrome and exercise physiology, we encourage submission of manuscripts on the biochemistry of metabolism, cell signaling, molecular and cellular biology of nutrients, nutrient gene interactions and other areas that have implications for human nutrition and medicine. Current, but not exclusive, interests are metabolic effects of diet composition, interactions of macronutrients, effect of nutrients on gene expression, metabolic control and compartment models, nutritional effect of hormones, and genomic analysis of dietary phenomena.
Manuscripts that consider eating patterns holistically, as opposed to solely reductionist approaches that focus on specific dietary components in isolation, are encouraged. Also encouraged are papers that take a holistic or systems perspective in attempting to understand possible compensatory and differential effects of nutrition interventions. The journal does not consider animal studies.
All articles published by Insights in Nutrition and Metabolism Journal are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication, without subscription charges or registration barriers. The benefit of open peer review is that it increases transparency. The peer reviewers and Editors are fully accountable for the decisions made, bias is reduced as reviewer reports are named, published reports can serve an educational purpose in helping facilitate training and research into peer review, and reviewers can get credit for their work.
Welcome Note by the Editor-In-Chief
Prior to submission authors should review the information contained on the journal’s About webpage, which contains important information on the journal’s aims and scope and accepted manuscript types. Authors should also verify that manuscripts meet the basic manuscript presentation requirements. Authors may find the sample manuscript and downloadable manuscript template helpful.
Manuscripts submitted to the journal are subject to blind peer review by a minimum of three to four suitably qualified reviewers. Peer reviewers are drawn from the journal’s editorial board, its volunteer peer reviewer pool, and occasionally from Pubmed. All editorial decisions are the responsibility of Editor in Chief or a Deputy Editor in Chief or Associate Editor, where appointed by the Editor in Chief.
Throughout the editorial and production processes the publisher proactively monitors each stage to prevent delays to authors. Authors are regularly informed of changes in their paper’s status. Editorial contributors, journal staff, and external contractors who contribute to editorial and production processes are qualified, experienced professionals chosen for their ability to efficiently contribute towards high-quality published papers. Article processing fees are clearly communicated to authors prior to and during manuscript submission and there are no additional fees based on use of color, figure or word-count.
The journal offers significant benefits to authors including:
Articles gain substantial visibility through an expanding selection of databases and indexes. Authors retain copyright in articles, which may be freely shared, reproduced, and archived.
The journal is compliant with major open access policies, and contributes to leading archiving systems.
Efficiency of processes results in fast publication without compromises in the quality of published papers.
Editorial and production processes are designed and managed to provide high-quality results. The peer review process is rigorous and constructive.
Authors rate highly the quality of their interactions with the editorial contributors and journal staff.