American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Abstract

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition is the peer-reviewed academic journal of the American Society for Nutrition. It has a 2013 impact factor of 6.918 and is one of the top 100 most influential journals in the field of biology and medicine. It is dedicated to ethical research regarding diet and clinical nutrition and aims to disseminate knowledge in the field. This journal has been published monthly since 1952, and it is currently edited by Dennis M. Bier.

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