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|Published August 2020 FFHD & BCHD articles and Journal Citation Updates
September 21th, 2020
By Grace Santiago and Danik Martirosyan
We hope that this letter finds you in good health and that all is well. We wish to take this opportunity to thank all who attended and presented at the FFC’s recent 28th Annual Virtual Conference. We hope that it was a very insightful and informative experience for all who participated. In addition, we would like to acknowledge and welcome any new readers who have recently started receiving our newsletters.
In this letter, we would like to feature the articles from our August 2020 issues of the Functional Foods in Health and Disease (FFHD) and Bioactive Compounds in Health and Disease (BCHD) journals, as well as provide updates regarding the growth of the FFHD journal.
The Functional Food Center remains committed to publishing helpful research that could provide insight into the role of functional foods in addressing viral infection and other health conditions. Thus, we are delighted to feature articles from the August 2020 issues of our free, open-access journals Functional Foods in Health and Disease and Bioactive Compounds in Health and Disease journals—some of which are articles regarding COVID-19 research.
Functional Foods in Health and Disease (FFHD)
The acceptability of ‘Star Yellow,’ a Cameroonian functional food that could curb the spread of the COVID-19 via feces by Julius Oben, Jude Bigoga, Guy Takuissu, Rose Leke
Black soybean seed coat polyphenols promote nitric oxide production in the aorta through the Akt/eNOS pathway by Chiaki Domae, Hitoshi Ashida, Yoko Yamashita
An in vitro study to explore the modulation of eosinophil effector function in human allergic peripheral blood eosinophils using enzymatically extracted salmonid oil by Bomi Framroze, Henriette Heggdal
FFC's Advancement of the Establishment of Function Food Science by Danik Martirosyan, Jack Liufu
Bioactive Compounds in Health and Disease (BCHD)
Ultrafine Bubble Water Usefulness in Fecal Microbiota Transplantation: Recognition of Transplanted Microbiota in Intestinal Epithelial Cells by Shin Shimizu, Katsuaki Dan, Chihiro Tanaka, Mikiko Tanaka, Yoshimu Tanaka, Masahiko Shirotani, Kunihiro Kitamura, Kensho Yorozu, Masayuki Oehorumu, Goro Tsukamoto
The effects of vitamin D on respiratory illnesses: a prospective natural treatment for COVID-19 by Danik Martirosyan and Charlotte Giordano
Journal Citations Update
Using the citation reports provided by Web of Science (WoS), we have been able to monitor and understand the steady growth of the FFHD journal relative to other high-ranking journals featured on Web of Science.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude for continuing to read and cite our articles, which have contributed to the growth and impact of the FFHD journal. Below is an overlook of how much our journal has grown over the past few years.
We encourage you to visit our journal website, https://ffhdj.com, to read our open access, peer-reviewed articles. If you find anything relevant or valuable to your work, make sure to cite our articles in your own research.
Interested in publishing your research? Please also consider submitting articles to either the FFHD or BCHD journal!
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