- Language: English
- 1120 Pages
- Published: December 2011
- Published: August 2014
- Region: Global
- Maney Publishing
"6 issues per year (Online Only). Nutritional Neuroscience is an international, interdisciplinary broad-based journal for reporting both basic and clinical research in the field of nutrition that relates to the central and peripheral nervous system. Studies may include the role of different components of normal diet (protein, carbohydrate, fat, moderate use of alcohol, etc.), dietary supplements (minerals, vitamins, hormones, herbs, etc.), and food additives (artificial flavours, colours, sweeteners, etc.) on neurochemistry, neurobiology, and behavioural biology of all vertebrate and invertebrate organisms. Ideally this journal will serve as a forum for neuroscientists, nutritionists, neurologists, psychiatrists, and those interested in preventive medicine.
Nutritional Neuroscience welcomes papers on:
- Effect of diet (including trace metals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients), dietary supplements, and food additives on the metabolism and physiology of central and peripheral neurons, neurotransmitters, neurotransmitter receptors, behaviour (learning, memory, anxiety, etc.), and neuroendocrine regulations
- Demonstration of neuroactive substances (hormones, peptides and neuromodulator substances) in food.
- Use of diet and dietary supplements (protein, carbohydrate, fat, caffeine, tryptophan, etc.) in the management of psychiatric disorders.
- Dietary perturbation of the symptoms of psychiatric disorders.
- Dietary considerations in the management of neurologic disorders like epilepsy and Parkinson's disease.
- Diet and sleep.
- Diet and mental performance. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Sample Table of Contents - Volume 13, Number 1, February 2010
Association between homocysteine and endothelial dysfunction markers in stroke disease
Authors: Abdulle, Abdishakur M.; Pathan, Javed Y.; Moussa, Nagi; Gariballa, Salah
Effects of chewing gum on cognitive function, mood and physiology in stressed and non-stressed volunteers
Author: Smith, Andrew
Central L-ornithine, but not polyamines, induces a hypnotic effect in neonatal chicks under acute stress
Authors: Kurauchi, Isao; Shigemi, Kazutaka; Kabuki, Yusuke; Hamasu, Kousuke; Yamane, Haruka; Aoki, Mami; Kawada, Yoko; Morishita, Koji; Denbow, D. Michael; Furuse, Mitsuhiro
Glycogen stores are impaired in hypothalamic nuclei of rats malnourished during early life
Authors: Lima, S.S.; Lima dos Santos, M.C.; Sinder, M.P.; Moura, A.S.; Barradas, P.C.; Tenório, F.
Controlled-protein dietary regimens for Parkinson's disease
Authors: Cereda, Emanuele; Barichella, Michela; Pezzoli, Gianni
Undernutrition during either the pre- or immediate post-weaning period does not affect longevity in Quackenbush mice
Authors: Partadiredja, G.; Bedi, K.S.
Immunohistochemical study of vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) enteric neurons in diabetic rats supplemented with L-glutamine
Authors: Alves, Eder Paulo Belato; Alves, Angela Maria Pereira; Pereira, Renata Virginia Fernandes; Neto, Marcílio Hubner de Miranda; Zanoni, Jacqueline Nelisis