American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition is the most highly rated peer-reviewed journal in ISI's nutrition and dietetics category and publishes the latest worldwide basic and clinical studies relevant to human nutrition in topics such as obesity, vitamins and minerals, nutrition and disease, and energy metabolism. Periodically, supplements to the Journal are published, and these contain proceedings from internationally recognized conferences on clinical nutrition.
Latest documents from American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Effects of iron and n−3 fatty acid supplementation, alone and in combination, on cognition in school children: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled intervention in South AfricaJ. Baumgartner, C.M. Smuts, L. Malan / American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2012Document
Multisector Intervention to Accelerate Reductions in Child Stunting: An Observational Study from 9 Sub-African CountriesR. Remans, P.M. Pronyk, J.C. Fanzo / American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2011Document
Long-term effects of iron and zinc supplementation during infancy on cognitive function at 9 years of age in northeast Thai children: a follow-up studyTippawan Pongcharoen, Ann M DiGirolamo, Usha Ramakrishnan / American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2011DocumentL.L. Iannotti, J. M. Tielsch, M. M. Black / American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2009Document
Treatment response to standard of care for severe anemia in pregnant women and effect of multivitamins and enhanced anthelminthicsP. Christian, F. Shahid, A. Rizvi / American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2009