Bioactive Molecules and Pharmaceuticals
Bioactive Molecules and Pharmaceuticals (BMP) is a peer-reviewed, open access scientific journal. This journal focuses on bioactive molecules in the field of pharmaceuticals and various related sciences. This journal is an exemplary resource for students, professors, medical professionals, doctors, and the general public alike, as well as anyone looking for information on new developments in bioactive molecules and nutraceuticals for the promotion of optimal health.
Bioactive molecules and pharmaceutical ingredients share a host of similarities and can be used in tandem. Pharmaceutical drugs contain Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients that have widely accepted health benefits, such as treatments of illnesses, diseases, or symptoms of other ailments, when used in safe and effective doses. These active ingredients are compounds or formulations that give the drugs that contain them their intended therapeutic effect. Bioactive molecules contained in functionalized foods are similar in the sense that they also provide health benefits when used in safe, effective dosages. These health benefits can include but are not limited to: treatment of vitamin/mineral deficiencies, illness and ailment therapy, and symptom management.
In this journal, we will be investigating bioactive molecules in the scope of pharmaceutical sciences, in order to develop crucial research to better understand how they can be used in medicine to promote optimal health in the population.
We are accepting article submissions for our upcoming article release. Please refer to our guidelines for article submissions here.
Possible article topics include:
Pharmaceutical drugs or ingredients that can be used in the treatment of disease, illnesses, or symptoms.
Bioactive compounds and molecules that can promote ideal health
Current research and development of bioactive molecules and/or pharmaceuticals
Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals
Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that focuses on nutraceuticals and dietary supplements. The major goal of Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals is to publish research demonstrating how nutraceuticals and dietary supplements can aid in the promotion of optimal health, and prevent nutritional deficiencies, illnesses, and chronic/viral diseases. Ultimately, this research encourages the advancement of these products. The journal is a great resource for students, professors, public health professionals, medical doctors, dieticians, nutritionists, government representatives (FDA, NIH, USDA), and the general public for information regarding the latest advancements for promoting optimal health, reducing the risk of chronic and viral diseases, and managing their symptoms using nutraceuticals and dietary supplements. In this journal, you may find topics such as nutraceuticals; dietary supplements; vitamins and minerals; herbs or other botanicals; amino acids and enzymes; metabolites, glandulars, and organ tissues; concentrates and extracts; food and foodstuff; and processed foods.
As defined by the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994, “a dietary supplement is a product taken by mouth that contains a ‘dietary ingredient’ intended to supplement the diet. The ‘dietary ingredients’ in these products may include: vitamins, minerals, herbs or other botanicals, amino acids, and substances such as enzymes, organ tissues, glandulars, and metabolites. Dietary supplements can also be extracts or concentrates, and may be found in many forms such as tablets, capsules, softgels, gelcaps, liquids, or powders. They can also be in other forms, such as a bar, but if they are, information on their label must not represent the product as a conventional food or a sole item of a meal or diet. Whatever their form may be, DSHEA places dietary supplements in a special category under the general umbrella of "foods," not drugs, and requires that every supplement be labeled a dietary supplement.”
There is no government definition of nutraceuticals, which is part of what causes confusion related to the term. Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals defines nutraceuticals as foods, or parts of food, such as isolated nutrients, food supplements, herbal products, extracts, and processed food products, that provide health benefits to individuals and can aid in the prevention and treatment of diseases.
Both dietary supplements and nutraceuticals serve to improve the health and wellness of individuals; however, dietary supplements are generally consumed in the form of pills and contain singular components like vitamins to treat a form of deficiency, whereas nutraceuticals are normally given in a food, herbal, or extract form in order to treat diseases and disorders. By viewing each distinctly, Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals demonstrates how they are both complementary and useful, while also mitigating any confusion between the two.
You can submit your manuscripts and cover letter here or directly to the Editorial Office at firstname.lastname@example.org as an e-mail attachment. Additional information about submission guidelines can be found here and an example cover letter can be found here.
Functional Food Science
The Functional Food Science (FFS) journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access international journal which serves as the journal of the Academic Society for Functional Foods and Bioactive Compounds (ASFFBC). The journal’s overall focus is on Functional Food Science, which is a new and unique area of health and nutrition. Although currently a small scientific field, Functional Food Science is quickly expanding as studies show that functional food products can help manage chronic disease and promote overall wellness. This is reflected in our journal’s rapidly growing citation score.
The articles we publish include cutting-edge biomedical research and development of functional foods. The goal is to provide research that can lead to the development of functional food products. The actual definition for these functional foods, as provided by the Functional Food Center (FFC) is as follows: “Natural or processed foods that contain biologically-active compounds, which, in defined, effective, non-toxic amounts, provide a clinically proven and documented health benefit utilizing specific biomarkers, to promote optimal health and reduce the risk of chronic/viral diseases and manage their symptoms."
The journal also serves as an excellent resource for students, professors, public health professionals, medical doctors, dieticians, nutritionists, government representatives (FDA, NIH, USDA), and the general public for information regarding the latest advancements for promoting optimal health, reducing the risk of chronic and viral diseases, and managing their symptoms using functional foods and bioactive compounds including antioxidants, vitamins and many more.
The FFS journal had its first issue published in August of 2021. You can submit your manuscripts and cover letter here or directly to the Editorial Office at email@example.com as an e-mail attachment. Additional information about submission guidelines can be found here and an example cover letter can be found here.