Nutrition and Health has been established to provide a broad perspective on the subject of food and its effect on the human body, and to serve as a forum for the communication of recent advances, newer knowledge and concise reports of research on all aspects of nutrition and foods with particular relevance to the maintenance of health and the prevention of, and recovery from, illness.
People are increasingly afflicted by degenerative disease; the cost of drugs and care in treating such disease amounts to a significant proportion of the gross national product in many countries. However, there is now an awareness of the important role of nutrition in the promotion of health and preventive medicine, and this timely journal, Nutrition and Health, emphasises the vital relationship.
Nutrition and Health should be of fundamental value and interest to all concerned with human health, including doctors, dentists, nurses, nutritionists, dieticians, caterers, and food service managers and sociologists, as well as essential reference for medical schools, hospitals, community health centres, food research and agricultural institutes, scientists in related fields, government advisers and policy makers.
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