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7th International Conference on

Nutritional Biochemistry

Theme: Recent advances in nutritional biochemistry and their implementations

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Event Location

Toronto, Canada

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Conference Speaker

Ryoichi Yamaji


Conference Speaker

Osama O Ibrahim


Conference Speaker

Dipak P Ramji


Conference Speaker

Marlena Kruger


Conference Speaker

Michal Swieca

University of Life Sciences

Conference Speaker

Neelu Jain Gupta

Chaudhary Charan Singh University

Conference Speaker

Hadil S Subih

Jordan University of Science and Technology

Conference Speaker

Safaa Al-Zeidaneen

Al-Balqa Applied University

Conference Speaker

E I Benitez

Universidad Tecnologica Nacional

Conference Speaker

Nurhuda Mohamad Ansor

University of Manchester

Conference Speaker

Hana Alkhalidy

Jordan University of Science and Technology

Conference Speaker

Vita Sterna

Institute of Agricultural research and economics

Tracks & Key Topics

nutritional biochemistry 2023

About Conference

Theme: Recent advances in nutritional biochemistry and their implementations

On behalf of the Nutritional Biochemistry 2023 Organizing Committee, we would like to extend an invitation to academics, counsellors, Clinical nutritionistsRegistered dieticianshealth care professionals, researchers, scientists, training centres, university and college students, nutrition and dietetics associates, nutrition and dietetics-based companies, and nutrition and dietetics-based organisations, business entrepreneurs, research scientists, self-help group facilitators, social services, teachers, business delegates, and young researchers from all over the world are invited to participate in the International Conference on Nutritional Biochemistry, which will be held in Toronto, Canada on August 25-26, 2023. The conference's theme is "Recent advances in nutritional biochemistry and their implementations." Nutritional Biochemistry 2023 will educate health practitioners on the critical role of nutrientsfood chemistry, and healthcare in healing and wellness.

Academicians, scientists, researchers, educators, professionals, practitioners, nutritionists, registered dieticians, public health officials, sports nutritionists, probiotic researchers, and students are cordially invited to exchange ideas and learn about the most recent research developments in the field at Nutrition Biochemistry 2023.

These Nutrition Biochemistry Conferences' proceedings involve symposiums and workshops, keynote speeches, plenary talks, poster sessions, and guest speakers focusing on the most recent research developments in nutrition and dietetics.

International Nutrition Biochemistry Conferences will offer speakers on current food-related issues and challenges. It will also help to advance mindfulness and resolve one of humanity's fundamental issues.

EuroSciCon is the oldest independent life science event company, with a primarily academic clientele. Our multi-professional and multi-specialty approach generates a one-of-a-kind experience not available through a specialist society or commercially.

Euroscicon are corporate members of the following organisations

Royal Society of Biology


British Society for Immunology

Opportunities for Conference Attendees

For Researchers & Faculty:

Speaker Presentations

Poster Display

Symposium hosting

Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

Association Partnering

Collaboration proposals

Academic Partnering

Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:

Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)

Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)

Student Attendee

Group registrations

For Business Delegates:

Speaker Presentations

Symposium hosting

Book Launch event

Networking opportunities

Audience participation

For Companies:

Exhibitor and Vendor booths

Sponsorships opportunities

Product launch

Workshop organizing

Scientific Partnering

Marketing and Networking with clients

Euroscicon hosts International Nutrition Biochemistry Meetings in Austria, Ireland, Germany, France, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Finland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Macedonia, Greece, Portugal, Romania, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Scotland, Latvia, Ukraine, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands, Russia, Bulgaria, and France on an annual basis.

About Nutrition

The scientific study of food is known as nutritional biochemistry. Nutritional Biochemistry is concerned with various studies in supplements and nourishment constituents and their capacities in people and other warm-blooded creatures, with a special emphasis on supplement synthetic segments and how they work biochemically, physiologically, and metabolically, as well as their effect on disease. After describing dietary and wholesome requirements in sick and healthy people, as well as the reduction of interactions to pharmaceutical medications, nutritive biochemical research is frequently required.

Nutritional biochemistry studies the system by which eating habits influence human health and disease conditions. It primarily contributes to the properties of supplements and novel dietary substitutes, as well as research into their physiological, metabolic, biochemical, and epigenetic capabilities. Nourishing natural science is a type of combined science because it incorporates physiology, pharmacology, solution science, microbiology, and science and specifically applies these sciences to the investigation of disease conditions, well-being, sustenance, and the relationships that exist between them.



Sessions and Tracks

Track1: Clinical Biochemistry

Clinical nutrition is the process of determining whether a man is consuming enough supplements for good health. A clinical nutritionist is concerned with how supplements in nourishment are prepared, stored, and disposed of by your body, as well as how what you eat influences your overall wellbeing. Experts in this field assess your dietary needs based on your family and medical history, way of life, and lab tests to make recommendations on your diet and individual wholesome needs. A clinical nutritionist can advise you on dietary changes that will help you avoid illness.

  • Enteral Nutrition
  • Parenteral nutrition
  • Role of Nutrition in prevention of disease
  • Nutritional assessment
  • Nutrition and Weight Status

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Track2: Cellular and Molecular Nutrition

Cellular and molecular nutrition research is expected to provide a better understanding of disease aetiology and systems. These findings aid in evaluating the efficacy of preventive and additionally curative dietary interventions and, in the long run, prompt more standard methodologies for disease prevention and control. Furthermore, it aids in distinguishing the quality of supplement collaborations and the instruments by which dietary elements impact infection forms, which provide the foundation for the field of nutrition science. One of the most rapidly developing fields in nutritional science is molecular nutrition (the study of interactions among nutrients and various intra - cellular and extracellular molecules). Finally, molecular nutrition research will reveal how nutrients influence fundamental processes like DNA repair, cell proliferation, and apoptosis.

  • Advances in Carbohydrate, Lipid and Protein Metabolism
  • Advances in Vitamin and Mineral Metabolism
  • Nutrigenomics and Molecular Nutrition
  • Role of Estrogen Receptor and Protein
  • Cellular DNA Studies
  • Gene Expression and Regulation
  • Methods and Techniques in Molecular Biology
  • Clinical Nutrition

Track3Food & Nutritional Disorders

Without the proper nutrients, a person may suffer from a variety of nutritional issues. In fact, vitamin deficiencies can cause a slew of different nutritional problems. Each nutrient serves a distinct purpose, and a lack of any nutrient will result in its own unique and specific ailment. A number of these disorders include anaemia, weight issues, and vision impairment. Nutritional deficiency occurs when the body is unable to absorb sufficient nutrients. Malnutrition occurs when the body does not receive enough nutrients. Nutritional deficiencies cause a wide range of mental disorders.

  • Mental Disorders and Depression
  • Fatigue Disorders
  • Iodine Deficiency Disorders
  • Lifestyle related disorders
  • Other inflammatory and autoimmune diseases
  • Malnutrition and associated disorders
  • Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency Disorder

Track4Nutrition & Metabolism

The Nutrition and Metabolism content focuses on nutrition, practise physiology, clinical examinations, and the atomic and cell organic chemistry of digestion. Obesity, diabetes, lipidemias, metabolic disorders, and exercise physiology are all areas of nutrition and metabolism that have a hidden premise in digestion. Similarly, we seek combinations mostly on natural chemistry of digestion, cell flagging, atomic and cell science of supplements, supplement quality communications, as well as various zones with recommendations for human sustenance and pharmaceutical.

  • Carbohydrate Nutrition
  • Nutritional Counselling
  • Nutritional Biology
  • Nutritional Awareness
  • Nutritional Assessment
  • Nutrition Properties
  • Nutrition Physiology
  • Nutrient Signalling
  • Nutrient Intakes

Track5: Nutritional Biochemistry

This nourishing natural chemistry focuses on supplement synthetic segments and how they work biochemically, physiologically, metabolically, and also their effect on illness. Wholesome After characterising dietary and nutritional needs in debilitated and solid people and decreasing symptoms with pharmaceutical medications, biochemical research is generally required. Nutritional Biochemistry takes a scientific approach to nutrition. It covers not just "what’s"--nutritional requirements--but why they are required for human health, by describing their function at the cellular and molecular level. Each case study either leads to a subsequent discovery or enables an understanding of the physiological mechanisms of action of various nutrition-related processes.

  • Food & Nutrition Communication
  • Nutri Genetics
  • Clinical Biochemistry
  • Nutritional Bio accessibility

Track 6: Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Research in science and natural chemistry is an important component of agricultural and food chemistry, together with organic, tactile, wholesome, and toxicological evaluations related to farming and nutrition. This field also examines the science and organic chemistry of horticulture and nutrition. The topics are divided into nine classes: Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry, Analysis and Chemosensory Perception of Flavour, Analytical Methods, Bioactive Constituents and Functions, Biofuels and Bio based Products, Chemical Aspects of Biotechnology/Molecular Biology, Food and Beverage Chemistry/Biochemistry, Food Safety and Toxicology, and Metabolomics Applied to Agriculture and Food.

Track 7: Nutritional Endocrinology

Endocrine system infections highlight the importance of hormonal and beneficial factors for human digestion. The nutritional alterations have a real clog-causing effect on every part of the endocrine organs' operation. Traditional insufficiency conditions like goitre, cretinism, hypothyroidism, and rickets made the 20th century unique. Obesity, metabolic diseases, and diabetes are only a few examples of the numerous nutritional and endocrine problems that industrialization and easier access to food have brought about. Endocrinology and nutrition have long been intertwined under the theory that appropriate nourishment is necessary for the development of height. With the identification of thyroid conditions brought on by iodine insufficiency, the spectrum later widened. Over the past two decades, there has been a lot of worry about the link between childhood obesity and the metabolic effects on adulthood.

Track 8: Biochemistry of Food Allergens 

The proteins found in foods that cause allergies belong to a diverse group and their limitations range from enzymatic activity to ability. A food allergen's general characteristics include an acidic isoelectric point, food abundance, osmotic quality, and the presence of numerous, coordinated IgE-limiting epitopes. However, even these extremely broad qualities have exceptions, making it challenging to determine whether a protein might be an allergy. It is crucial to continue representing both B-cell and T-cell epitopes of recognised allergens since the evolution of an IgE response to an allergen involves a movement of participations among antigen-presenting cells (APCs), T-cells, and B-cells.

Track 9: Clinical Biochemistry and Immunology

Immunology performs a qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic liquids, such as blood, serum, or plasma, pee, or tissues, to look for specific chemical contents or physiologic processes. Doctors check for, analyse, or screen for disease using the test results. Researchers in the fields of clinical biochemistry and immunology are also developing novel analytical clinical lab tests to detect or screen for infections, medical procedures, or therapeutic interventions for diseases. Examples of tests conducted by laboratories connected to Clinical Biochemistry and Immunology.

Track 10: Food & Nutritional Metabolomics

Metabolomics, as opposed to other technologies (genomics, proteomics, etc.), provides an organic knowledge that reflects a person's unique hereditary mark as well as their way of life, eating habits, and environment. Scientists can statistically analyse non-heritable factors that are a part of post-genomic and post-transcriptional modifications using metabolomics. Little-atom substance profiling is being used by nutritional metabolomics, which is quickly evolving, to facilitate the inclusion of diet and nutrition in complex bio systems research.

Track 11: Nutrition, Health and Wellness

To improve wellbeing and treat disease, one must practise healthy eating, regular exercise, and other good lifestyle habits. In order to achieve your wellness goals and maintain a healthy body, proper eating is crucial. This encourages us to develop individualised nutrition, physical activity, social, cautious, and pharmaceutical methodologies for overweight and obese adult and paediatric patients. Benefits from nutrition, health, and wellness build programmes that support physical activity. Guidelines for understanding the components of smart diets for patients separate supportive sustenance activities from dietary applications. To comprehend the importance of burnout among social insurance providers and solutions to the problem.

Track 12: Nutraceuticals in Health Care

In terms of their potential to improve health, nutraceuticals have a lot of room for growth. Modern medicines have demonstrated good benefits in minimising the need for conventional medications and reducing the likelihood of side effects depending on their nature and alternate usage. The manufacturing of food, herbal items, and pharmaceuticals are just a few of the businesses that produce nutraceuticals, which are now recognised as helpful health goods. The importance of these goods has been linked to the treatment of numerous ailments, including cancer, metabolic issues, colds and coughs, depression, coronary heart disease, delayed gastric emptying, and numerous other conditions that require special attention.

Track 13: Nutritional Neuroscience & Eating Disorder

It is challenging to foresee how feelings will affect eating, despite the significance of the complete range of feeling types in eating behaviour. Previous studies, which emphasised single contrasts, did not carefully take into account the twofold changeability of feeling-prompted changes in eating. In order to manage feelings, we can eat to manage five different types of feelings: (1) passionate control of dietary decisions; (2) enthusiastic concealment of dietary admission; (3) impediment of intellectual eating controls; (4) eating to manage feelings; and (5) feeling consistent balance of eating. Precursor circumstances, eating reactions, and intervening systems can all identify these classes.

Track 14: Plant and Animal Nutritional Biochemistry

Basic nutrients are also necessary for plants to grow. Inorganic elements are typically the source of nutrition for plants. Normally, a plant receives its energy from photosynthesis and its nutrition from the earth. The linking of various advancements allows for the provision of supplements from the earth, and lastly, it provides supplements for plants to grow. It is anticipated that various substance pathways will be used in plant nutrition to produce the supplements. To develop disease-free, plants also need small- and large-scale nutrients. Compound reactions, which take place in the supplement arrangement from the dirt as inorganic elements, can be used to gauge the growth of plants. Animal supplements highlight the nutritional requirements that are essential for the growth and maintenance of species. Similar to us, animals also need specific doses of vitamins. Animals can be categorised according on their participation in social gatherings, supplement use, and mode of food preparation. In terms of the way that food is admitted, autotrophs and heterotrophs are the two significant kinds. Since a major fraction of unsaturated fat may be excreted by the species, it only requires modest amounts of these fats. The other essential nutrients that all living things need are carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.

Track 15: Nutritional Therapy & Treatments

A universal cure can be used in conjunction with nutritional therapy, which is an essential treatment. Experts may work with patients who have chronic medical conditions that conventional medications may also find challenging to treat or with people who are interested in improving their wellbeing through weight loss. The dietary therapist closely collaborates with the client to oversee a thorough evaluation of their dietary needs and to put together a comprehensive programme for nutrition and supplementation that enables you to avoid disease. It is believed that nutritional therapy is a complementary treatment that everyone can use. Specialists may work with clients who have persistent medical conditions that conventional treatments may find challenging to treat or with those who are eager to improve their wellbeing through their eating habits.

Track 16:  Diabetes and Nutritional Biochemistry

A crucial aspect of diabetic care is nutrition. We may maintain a healthy diet and way of life by adjusting the right amount of fibre, vitamins, and minerals along with the right amount of protein, fat, and carbohydrates. People with diabetes have blood sugar levels that are too high. Managing diabetes entails attending to your blood glucose level. What you eat has a strong relationship on how much sugar is in your blood. For the prevention of macro vascular disease, it's crucial to control cardiovascular risk factors like smoking, inactivity, and poor diet well. Negative lifestyle choices, such as smoking, may also have an impact on micro vascular problems. In addition to the patient's motivation to change, how they perceive their diabetes and any indirect diabetes-related problems like depression and poor quality of life, other considerations should be noted while assisting patients in changing particular behaviours.

Track 17: Sports Nutritional Biochemistry

Everything you eat throughout the day, not simply what you eat or take in as a supplement when you exercise or compete, should be considered as part of your sports nutrition. It is important to remember that knowing when and what to eat each day will have a significant impact on your performance, emotions, sleep, health, and energy levels. Sports nutrition focuses its research on the kind and amount of food and water consumed by athletes. It also addresses the consumption of nutrients including vitamins, minerals, dietary supplements, and natural products like carbs, proteins, and lipids.

Track 18: Nutrition and Food

Our bodies receive their energy from food and nourishment. We need to replace the nutrients in our body on a daily basis. The key to sustaining health is taking the appropriate vitamins and minerals. When picking foods to eat and potential dietary supplements, it's crucial for pregnant women and adults to take vitamins like vitamin D and minerals like calcium and iron into account. An assortment of organic foods should be a part of a balanced diet. Consuming food and using it for various biological purposes is the process of nutrition. What nutrients we need, in what amounts, how to get them, and how the body uses them are all topics covered by nutrition science. In order to properly utilise nutrients and achieve the highest level of physical and mental health, adequate, optimum, and good nutrition suggest the necessary amount and proportion of nutrients. Energy production is the primary purpose of food.

Track 19: Medical Nutrition

Based on the patient's nutritional state, medical nutrition therapy comprises a wide range of treatments. The degree of therapeutic severity might range from a few minor dietary adjustments to tube or intravenous feeding. Medical nutrition therapy is essential for the treatment of many chronic illnesses, and it is also efficient and affordable. The increasingly widespread use of parenteral and enteral nutritional formulae in many healthcare settings today is a key component of medical nutrition therapy. Parenteral nutrition may make it possible for those who are unable to eat anything orally to obtain the nutrients they require to survive.

Track 20: Precision Nutrition

The connection between precision medicine, precision preventive, and precision health is precision nutrition. To avoid and mitigate the metabolic disorders that we often see, precision nutrition should be a component of the typical daily diet.

Precision nutrition ought to be incorporated into medical treatment, prevention strategies, and daily healthy lifestyles, such as healthy ageing principles. Precision nutrition ought to be incorporated into medical treatment, prevention strategies, and daily healthy lifestyles, such as healthy ageing principles. Thus, a series of simple-to-implement strategies for disease prevention and morbidity reduction are provided by Precision Nutrition Research.


Market Analysis

Market Analysis

Nutritional biochemistry is the scientific study of nutrition. The chemical makeup of nutrients and their effects on biochemistry, physiology, metabolism, and health are all topics covered by nutritional biochemistry. Additionally, it looks into food ingredients and nutrients and how they affect mammals like humans. Definition of dietary and nutritional needs in ill and healthy individuals, as well as reducing the side effects of pharmacological treatments, are the fundamental objectives of nutritional biochemical research. The articles published in reputable, peer-reviewed journals in nutritional biochemistry are the best open access journals. By controlling the flow of chemical energy through metabolism and the transmission of information through biochemical signalling, biochemical processes add to the complexity of life. A sizable component of biochemistry is made up of the structures, functions, and interactions of organic macromolecules, such as proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids, which give cells their shape and perform some lifestyle-related tasks.

Importance and Scope

The establishment and maintenance of good health throughout the entire life course depend heavily on nutritional biochemistry. About 60% of the 10.9 million deaths of children under five that occur each year in underdeveloped countries are related to diet. Iodine deficiency is thought to impact more than 700 million people, the majority of whom reside in less developed nations, and is the leading preventable cause of brain damage and mental retardation globally. Anaemia from iron deficiency affects more than 2 billion individuals. With 250 million children under the age of five suffering from subclinical deficiency, vitamin A deficiency continues to be the leading preventable cause of senseless early blindness and an elevated risk of premature childhood mortality from infectious illnesses.

It is critical to stop this increase and maintain excellent health as the number of deaths from nutritional illnesses is on the rise. A proper, nutrient-rich diet must be adhered to in order to sustain excellent health. Balance, variety, and moderation are the foundations of sound nutrition. Your body requires the proper ratio of carbohydrates, lipids, and protein—the three essential nutrients—to remain healthy. Through high-quality research and a greater grasp of the science behind nutrition and dietetics, nutritional biochemistry research helps to promote public health.

Global Life science Market Share by Country

Meet Your Target Market with the Most Recent Business Covers on Nutritional Biochemistry Making News, which shows the massive growth in business sector esteem for Nutritional Biochemistry innovation through 2023. This would be a fantastic door to open for organisations managing analytical tools useful in these domains, as nutritional biochemistry is associated with fields in Europe like clinical nutrition, nutrition pharmacology, food chemistry, etc. Likewise, a large number of people have registered so that future students and researchers can take advantage of the top-notch international workshops and symposia that will be hosted during the conference and will be directed by authorities in their respective fields.

Major Nutritional Biochemistry Related Associations around the Globe

• The International Society for Nutrition and Functional Foods, Europe

 • The Phytochemical Society of Europe

• The British Society of Herbal Medicine, Europe

• The World Organization of Natural Medicine, Europe

•Society for Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research, Germany

 •The German Society for Nutrition Medicine, Germany

•The European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, Europe

 •The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy, Europe

•The Italian Society of Human Nutrition, Italy

 •American Nutrition Association, USA

•International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics, USA

•Cognitive Neuroscience Society, USA

•International Food Policy Research Institute, USA

•The Food and Beverage Association of America, USA

•The Food Society, USA

•Guelph Food Technology Centre, Canada

•Japan Society of Nutrition and Food Science, Japan

•North African Nutrition Association

•The Association of Food Technology, Turkey

 •Probiotic Association of India (PAI)

•ESPEN The European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism; The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (IAPEN); The Idaho Potato Commission; The International Association of Engineering and Food; The International Association of Operative Millers; FAND, the Italian Association of Diabetics;

• Italian Association for the Defence of Diabetic Interests

• Association of Diabetes

• Association National Italian Diabetic Athletes

 • Italian Society of Diabetology

 • International Diabetes Federation-Italy

• Primary Care Diabetes Society

• Australian Diabetes Society

• Emirates Diabetes Society

 • Society for Biomedical Diabetes Research

• Immunology of Diabetes Society

Top Nutrition Societies Worldwide

Nutrition Related Societies in UK/ Europe

The European Nutraceutical Association, the French Society of Nutrition, the German Nutrition Society, the Swedish Society of Clinical Nutrition, the Swedish Society of Nutrition, the Belgian Nutrition Society, the Danish Nutrition Society, the Finnish Society for Nutrition Research, the Bulgarian Scientific Society of Nutrition and Dietetics, the Bulgarian Society of Nutrition and Foods, the Greek Society of Nutrition and Foods; The Czech Society for Nutrition, the Polish Society for Nutritional Sciences, the Irish Section of the Nutrition Society, the Icelandic Nutrition Society, the Italian Society of Human Nutrition, the Spanish Nutrition Society, the Swizz Society for Nutrition, the Czech Society for Nutrition, the Unit for Nutrition Research, Iceland, the Icelandic Society of Nutrition, the Italian Society of Human Nutrition, the Italian Society of Clinical Nutrition, the Swedish Society of Clinical Nutrition; The Nutrition Society in the UK, the Norwegian Nutrition Society in Norway, the Cleveland Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and the Portuguese Society of Nutrition and Food Sciences in Portugal.

Nutritional Biochemistry Related Societies in USA

The American Society for Nutrition, Rockville; the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition; the Canadian Nutrition Society; the International Society of Sports Nutrition; the American Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism; the International Society of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity; The Mexican Federation Of Societies Of Nutrition, Mexico; Brazilian Society For Food And Nutrition, Brazil; Argentine Society Of Nutrition, Argentina; American Public Health Association; School Nutrition Association; National Food Service Management Institute; Peruvian Nutrition Society, Peru; Health Foods and Dietary Supplements Association; Society for Nutrition Education and Behaviour (SNEB), Indianapolis

Nutrition Related Societies in Asia

The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association, Nutrition Society of India, The Nutrition Society of Sri Lanka, Srilanka, Nutrition Society of Taiwan, Taiwan, Nutrition Society of Bangladesh, Bangladesh, and Chinese Nutrition Society, China; Nutrition Society of New Zealand; Public Health Association of Australia; Indonesian Nutrition Association; Japan Society of Nutrition and Food Science; The Korean Nutrition Society; Nutrition Society of Malaysia; Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Asia; Hong Kong Nutrition Association Ltd.; Dieticians Association of Australia; Professional Nutrition Associations; Indonesian Nutrition Association; (PENSA, Thailand)

Top Nutritional Biochemistry Journals Worldwide

Nutrition Related Journals from UK

Journal of Nutritional Science, Nutrition and Health, Clinical Nutrition ESPEN, Clinical Nutrition Experimental, International Journal of Food Safety, Journal of Food and Nutrition Research, Nutrition and Public Health, Journal of Nutritional Science; The International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition Ecology of Food and Nutrition, World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics, Current Nutrition and Food Science, Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, Journal of Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics, Journal of Nutritional Science; Food Science and Nutrition; Progress in Nutrition; Journal of Nutritional Science; Mediterranean Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism; Nutrition and Food Science; Food and Nutritional Components in Focus; Nutraceuticals Open Journal; British Journal of Nutrition, European Journal of Nutrition, Nutrition Research, Public Health Nutrition, Nutrition Research Reviews, International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity; Journal of Nutrition in Gerontology and Geriatrics; Journal of the American College of Nutrition; Journal of Food and Nutrition Research; NFS Journal; Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition; Journal of Food and Nutrition Science in Poland; Nutritional Therapy and Metabolism, Nutrition Clinique et Metabolism, and Nutrition and Metabolism Cahiers

Nutritional Biochemistry Related Journals from USA

The International Journal of Applied and Basic Nutritional Sciences, International Journal of Food and Nutritional Science, Nutrition & Food Science International Journal (NFSIJ), International Journal of Nutritional Science and Food Technology (IJNF), Journal of Nutrition, Journal of Food and Nutritional Disorders; International Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences; International Journal of Food and Nutritional Science; International Journal of Food and Nutritional Science; International Journal of Nutritional Sciences; Journal of Nutrition and Health Sciences; Journal of Nutritional Health & Food Science; Journal of Nutrition and Health Sciences (JNHS); Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, and Nutrition Society Proceedings; Journal of Nutrition; Nutrition Reviews; Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care Journal of Human Nutrition and Food Science; Annual Review of Nutrition; Progress in Lipid Research; Advances in Nutrition; Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; Critical reviews of nutrition and food science; improvements in the study of food and nutrition; Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition; Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour; Nutrition and Cancer; Nutrition and Dietetics; Nutrition Today; Journal of Pharmacy and Nutrition Sciences

Nutritional Biochemistry Related

Journals from Asia Pacific:

Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism; International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition; Food and Nutrition Bulletin; International Journal of Advanced Nutritional and Health Science; Journal of Nutrition and Intermediary Metabolism; Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; Nutrition, Metabolism, and Cardiovascular Diseases; International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition; Recent patents on food, nutrition, and agriculture, the Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitamin ology, and the journals Health, Population, and Nutrition, Preventive Nutrition, and Food Science; Chinese Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Malaysian Journal of Nutrition, Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, and Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition


Past Conference


6th International Conference on Nutritional Biochemistry (Nutritional Biochemistry 2022) hosted by Euroscicon took place at Zurich, Switzerland during March 28-29, 2022. It was organized by Euroscicon and generous response was received from the Editorial Board Members of Euroscicon Journals as well as from eminent scientists, talented researchers and young student community. Researchers and students who attended from different parts of the world made the conference one of the most successful and productive events in 2018 from Euroscicon. The program witnessed thought provoking keynote and plenary presentations from experts in the field of Nutrition, highlighting the theme, “Technological Advancements in Biochemistry to Provide Nutrients for Good Health and Better Life".

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

  • Clinical Biochemistry
  • Cellular And Molecular Nutrition
  • Food & Nutritional Disorders
  • Nutrition & Metabolism
  • Nutritional Biochemistry
  • Agricultural And Food Chemistry
  • Nutritional Endocrinology
  • Biochemistry Of Food Allergens
  • Clinical Biochemistry And Immunology
  • Food & Nutritional Metabolomics
  • Nutrition, Health And Wellness
  • Nutraceuticals In Health Care
  • Nutritional Neuroscience & Eating Disorder
  • Plant And Animal Nutritional Biochemistry
  • Nutritional Therapy & Treatments
  • Diabetes And Nutritional Biochemistry
  • Sports Nutritional Biochemistry
  • Nutrition And Food
  • Medical Nutrition
  • Precision Nutrition

The highlights of the meeting were form the eminent keynote lectures from

  • Dipak Ramji, Cardiff school of Biosciences, United Kingdom

  • Osama O. IbrahimPrincipal Research ScientistBio innovationUSA

Nutritional Biochemistry 2022 played an important role in promoting multidisciplinary interactions between science and medicine to enhance research in Nutrition, Health and Food Science. The program covered current and emerging research innovations in the field of Nutritional Biochemistry.

We would specially thank the Moderator of the Neelu Jain GuptaCCS UniversityIndia for his contribution for the conference.