Eminent Editorial Board Members

Katsunori Nonogaki
JAPAN
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
DV. Muralidhara
MALAYSIA
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Patrick Tso
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Manfred Eggersdorfer
NETHERLANDS
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Benjamin U Nwosu
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Rafat A. Siddiqui
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Ramalingam Shanmugam
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
FAROUK EL-SABBAN
KUWAIT
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Badrinarayan Mishra
India
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Ana Sanches-Silva
PORTUGAL
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Carol Motycka
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Mohammed Akbar
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Freida Fuller Payne
GEORGIA
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Chi-Hao Wu
TAIWAN
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
João Miguel Ferreira da Rocha
PORTUGAL
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Nilesh W. Gaikwad
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
MOHAMED FAWZY RAMADAN
EGYPT
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
David R Black
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity

Journal of Nutrition and Obesity (JNO) is an open access multidisciplinary journal devoted to publish significant and recent research works which illustrate the scientific mechanisms, efficacy, and safety of Nutrition and Obesity interventions. JNO welcomes submissions related to basic, clinical, and emerging topics of vital interest from all scientific professionals.

RECENT ARTICLES
Current Perspectives in the Management of Hypertension
Hypertension, more precisely, systemic arterial hypertension is one of the most prevalent non-communicable diseases worldwide. High blood pressure is the most common modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular morbidity and mortality....
Cancer Stem Cells in Tumors Arisen from Digestive Organs
The digestive system encompasses several organs in which tumors occur with an elevated prevalence and mortality worldwide. Increasing evidence shows that cancer stem cells (CSCs) may play a critical role in tumor development and progression....
Sub-Laminar Wiring in Spinal Fractures - A Viable Alternative
In Sri Lanka toddy tapping is a common form industry in the coast line villages. Falls from palm trees of forty feet is a common occupational hazard. Spinal fractures are common in these patients....
Comparative Analysis of Chemical, Fungal and Enzymatic Degradation of MCP
In general three different methods are used for the cleanup of pesticides. These include chemical, microbial and enzymatic methods. Therefore, the present study is an endeavor to compare the efficiency of all the three methods for the study of degra...
Thoracic Aortic Laceration Resulting in Death, Six Days after a Motor Vehicle Accident: A Case Study
Blunt traumatic aortic rupture (BTAR) resulting from an intimal fracture following a motor vehicle accident is quite rare. Although a standard chest x-ray is an initial gold standard screening test, the diagnosis of aortic rupture requires confirmat...
Mushroom Spores in the Stool Mimicking Parasite Ova
The mushroom Agaricus blazei Murill from the Brazilian has been used as health food for the prevention of a range of diseases, including infection, allergy, and cancer. In this brief communication, I wish to share the experience that I found the para...