The Journal of Medical Nutrition and Nutraceuticals (JMNN) is the first peer- renewed multi-specialty international journal to focus on the medical aspects of nutrition and nutraceutical therapy in various health and desease states.
The JMNN is published twice a year on behalf of ALLIANCE, the ALL-India panel for rAtional usage of Nutraceuticals in disEase management. It hopes to spearhead a movement for rational and evidence-based usage of nutrition-related therapy in medical science.
It will feature editorials, reviews, original articles, brief communications and letters related to medical nutrition and nutraceutical use in prevention and management of disease.
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Index Copernicus, Indian Science Abstracts
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ALLIANCE: ALL-India panel for rAtionale usage of NutraceutiCals in disEase management
ALLIANCE is a panel of experts on nutraceuticals, consisting of renowned Endocrinologists, Andrologists, Gynaecologists and medical specialists, which has started in 2009-10.
ALLIANCE was introduced with an objective of rationalising & establishing the role evidence based-nutritional therapy in various therapy areas such as pregnancy, infertility, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, UTIs.
Currently ALLIANCE has more than 25 panel members from across India and internationally and is gradually expanding its horizon by including more specialists.
ALLIANCE has already contributed to the field of nutraceuticals through CONGRUENT Guidelines - CONsensus Guidelines for Rational UsE of Nutraceuticals in male subferTility, which were published in ICE, Japan in March, 2010. Another ongoing project is a double blind, randomised, controlled, multicentre clinical trial for PATERNIA in male subfertility. The panel is also working on framing Indian consensus guidelines on recurrent UTIs management.