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The Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences (ISSN 0189-0913), official Journal of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, is a peer-reviewed publication and is published biannually, two volumes per year.

The primary focus of the journal is the publication of basic and applied studies in nutritional sciences and related fields. The following types of manuscripts are considered: original research articles, review articles, issues and opinions, special communications, letters to the Editor, book reviews, and proceedings of symposia. The journal is intended for a wide audience, including, nutritionists, dieticians, biochemists, health professionals, home economists, policy makers, students of nutrition and related fields, health educators, and all those in the health sciences. Other websites related to this journal: http://www.nutritionnigeria.org

Vol 40, No 2 (2019)

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Articles

Baking and storage stability of vitamin a in retailed bread consumed in Lagos State, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Florence N. Uchendu, Tola Atinmo 1-10
Nutrient composition and organoleptic evaluation of composite bread made from wheat and sweet potato flours EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ogechukwu P. Umeakuka, Cyril O. Anoshirike, Peace N. Ani, Peace M. Ezeja, Bernadette N. Eme, Akachukwu K. Okolo 11-15
The influence of food fads and fallacies on food habit and consumption pattern of diabetic patients in Federal Medical Center Umuahia Abia State Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ozioma Cecilia Azubuike, Patricia Etuna Mbah 16-22
Comparison of heavy metal content of selected vegetables grown with organic and inorganic fertilizers EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C.A. Oladoyinbo, E.K. Ede, O.O. Akinbule, A.A. Sobo, Y.M.O. Maxwell 23-29
Nutritional status and eating patterns of preschool children in a community in south-west Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Oyepeju Mary Onifade, Kalu Jerffson Okorie, Jesse Abiodun Otegbayo 30-37
Chemicaland physicochemical compositions of yoghurts produced from blends of cow milk and pineapple juice EMAIL FULL TEXT
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H.O. Okudu, V.U. Okolie 38-42
Feeding methods and anthropometric indices of peri urban Nigerian infants: results of a cross-sectional study EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C.V. Anidi, N.B. Eme, V.N. Ibeanu, P.N. Ani, C.O. Anoshirike, C.C. Onuoha 43-49
Effect of germination and boiling on the phytochemical content of four Nigerian pulses EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J.A. Ayo, A Agbatutu, D.N. Onoche 50-55
What are the perceptions of caregivers regarding the outcome of children discharged from the community-based programme in Jigawa, Nigeria? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Luret Albert Lar, Collins John, Ruth Adah, Esther Awazzi Envuladu, Halima Abdu, Idris Adedeji, Kazeem Lasisi, Zuwaira Ibrahim Hassan, Udochukwu Diala 56-64
Assessment of chemical and organoleptic properties of fortified indigenous maize-based snack EMAIL FULL TEXT
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O.C. Apata, O.J. Oyebade, O.O. Ajayi, I.N. Adebayo, N.T. Meludu, I.A. Ayodele 65-70
Anthropometric indices and factors affecting dietary practices of diabetics attending Federal Medical Centre, Owo, Southwest, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A.A. Oladapo, O.I. Olanrewaju, T.S. Ande 71-78
Prevalence of overweight and obesity among the staff (25-70 years) of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka Campus EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Cyril O. Anoshirike, Bernadette N. Eme, Vivienne N. Ibeanu, V. Uzodinma Makuochi 79-83
Iron and vitamin C rich foods intake of lactating mothers whose staples are roots and tubers EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ngozi B. Eme, Ogechukwu P. Umeakuka, Vivienne N. Ibeanu, Peace N. Ani, M. Ezeja Peace, Cyril O. Anoshirike, Uju M. Onuorah 84-93
Prevalence of stunted child overweight mother pair in some communities south-east Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Gertrude Nneka Onyeji, Rasaki Ajani Sanusi 94-98
Terpene profile of dietary herbs (Alstonia boonei, Securidaca longepedunculata and Uvaria chamae) from south-eastern Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A.A. Obiloma, W.C. Madu, G.O. Osuji, P.C. Ogbonna, A.N. Maduforo 99-106
Glycaemic responses of some varieties of cocoyam in Nigeria using normo-glycaemic subjects EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Alphonsus U.C Ukozor, Felicia C. Okwulehie, Gladys A. Achinihu, Cynthia A. Mbah, Elizabeth O. Olubiyi,, Happiness C. Opara 107-114
Dietary patterns and prevalence of overweight and obesity among female undergraduate students of university of Nigeria, Nsukka EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.N. Eze, R.C. Iheanacho, G.N. Onyeke, R.I. Edeh 115-119
Combating childhood multinutrient undernutrition and its inequalities in Nigeria: Whitehead’s typology as a policy framework for urgent action EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nnamdi Stephen Moeteke 120-126
Quality assessment of palm oil sold in major markets in Abia North, Abia State, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G.I. Davidson, C Edeh 127-134
Nutrient and phytochemical composition of two traditional soups used by malaria patients and post partum mothers in Owo, Ondo State EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R.A. Mustapha, A.A. Oladapo, O.I. Olanrewaju, A.P. Oluwagunwa, M.A. Roland-Ayodele, D.B. Ogunmuyide, O.T. Anthony 135-141
Effects of Sorghum bicolor, Carica papaya and Hibiscus sabdariffa leaves extracts on some haematological indices of cyclophosphamide-induced anaemic albino rats EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P.A. Ayodeji, U.S. Onoja, O.I. Olanrewaju, T.A. Aniebiet 142-151
Contribution of dietary pattern and family history to hypertension among adults in Abeokuta North Local Government Area, Ogun State, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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O.O. Bolajoko, A.S. Adesanwo, Y.O. Akinhanmi 152-159


ISSN: 0189-0913
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