The editorial board is made up of leading experts around the world in the field of nutrition who review clinical studies and nutrition articles, and write papers based on their expertise.
Dr. Bharat Aggarwal – University of Texas, Anderson Cancer Research Center, Department of Experimental Thereapeutics; Houston, TX
Dr. Simon Barquera – Mexican National Institute of Public Health; Mexico City, Mexico.
Dr. Jimmy Bell – Imperial College London, Department of Investigative Medicine, London, United Kingdom.
Dr. Hans Biesalski – University of Hohenheim, Department of Nutrition; Stuttgart, Germany
Dr. Jeffrey Blumberg – Tufts University, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Boston, MA.
Dr. George Bray – Pennington Biomedical Research Center; Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Dr. Don Catlin – University of California, Los Angeles (emeritus), Department of Pharmacology; Los Angeles, CA.
Dr. Belong Cho – Seoul National University, Department of Family Medicine; Seoul, Korea.
Dr. Sébastien Czernichow – Institut National de la Sante et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM), Nutritional Epidemiology Research Unit ; Bobigny, France
Dr. Herwig Ditschuneit – University of Ulm, Department of Internal Medicine; Ulm, Germany
Dr. Adam Drewnowski – University of Washington, School of Public Health; Seattle, WA.
Dr. William Evans – Duke University, Department of Medicine; Durham, NC
Dr. Harry Greene – Vanderbilt University (emeritus), Department of Pediatrics; Nashville, TN.
Dr. Lou Ignarro – University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology; Los Angeles, CA.
Dr. Carl Keen – University of California, Davis, Department of Nutrition; Davis, CA.
Dr. Jenny Kim – University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Dermatology; Los Angeles, CA.
Dr. Kh. Sharafetdinov – Institute of Nutrition of Russian Academy of Medical Science, Moscow, Russian Federation
Dr. Gary Small – University of California, Los Angeles, Center on Aging; Los Angeles, CA.
Recent studies in mice have indicated an interrelation between energy balance, diet, and the composition of the gut bacteria.
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