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
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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
Dalia El Khoury
CANADA
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Young W. Park
UNITED STATES
Journal of Nutrition and Obesity
Liana Claudia Salanța
ROMANIA
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
CT Gently: Personalizing CT and CBCT Imaging for the Children
Medical imaging procedures such as computed tomography (CT) and cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) have been widely used in the diagnosis, detection and treatments of cancers worldwide. The achieved efficiency in the clinical workflow and improved ...
Self-Reports of Corrective Experiences by Suicide Attempters in a Video Self-Confrontation
Addressing suicide processes in their own rights and not only as a part of another disorder opens a door to new interventions. Thus, any monitoring of and reflecting on suicide processes should be helpful in suicide prevention. Video supported self-c...
Super-Innervation of a Free Latissimus Dorsi Flap in Facial Reanimation: A Novel Strategy for Supplementing Muscle Innervation
The gold-standard for facial reanimation in facial palsy involves a first stage crossed facial nerve graft and a second stage free muscle flap transfer, with a single neurorrhaphy of the muscle flap nerve to the nerve graft. The timing of the second ...
On Chronophysiomics: Prospects to Optimize Appetite and Health
This editorial describes evolving chronophysiomical mediations of appetite and food intake (AFI). Chronophysiomics is a multiscience involving integrated chronophysiology and functional omics biotechnologies. Chronophysiology as an evolutionary inter...
Parkinson’s Disease in the Very Old – Clinicopathological Observations
The incidence of Parkinson syndrome (PS) increases dramatically after age 80 years. As the number of the very old (>80 years) is rising in the population, the number of PS cases would increase....
Association of Begomovirus with Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) leaf curl virus disease in southern India
A severe leaf curl disease of Okra with high disease incidence and loss of production was observed during field survey of various locations of Southern India, and causal organism was identified as Begomovirus and its association was confirmed by poly...