Functional Foods in Health and Disease
The Functional Foods in Health and Disease (FFHD) journal is a peer-reviewed open access journal.
Our journal discusses various aspects of functional foods, bioactive compounds, and chronic diseases. The FFHD journal develops research to better understand the mechanisms of disease and support the development of functional foods. At the FFHD journal, we believe the development of functional foods is essential to prevention and management of numerous diseases and health conditions.
Through our journal’s research, we keep the readers of the Functional Food Center newsletter, Academic Society for Functional Foods and Bioactive Compounds (ASFFBC), and public up to date with the latest advancements in functional foods, particularly their role in the prevention and management of chronic diseases. The readership of the Functional Food Center newsletter consists of more than 800,000 readers in various professions, including scientists, medical doctors, dietitians, and nutritionists.
The FFHD journal has been published under the title Functional Foods in Health and Disease since December 3rd, 2010. You can submit your manuscripts at http://ffhdj.com/index.php/ffhd/about/submissions or directly to the Editorial Office at firstname.lastname@example.org as an e-mail attachment.
Web of Science / ICI
The FFHD journal has been indexed in the Web of Science since 2011. The Web of Science has indexed over 11,000 journals from 81 countries, containing about 2.2 million articles, reviews, and other source items used by librarians, publishers, editors, and researchers alike.
Our citation score has more than doubled over the past two years. Currently, our Average citations per item is 2.33. The Average citations per item is the sum of the times cited count divided by the number of results in the set. Our h-index is 11. The h-index value means there are h papers that have each been cited at least h times.
The FFHD journal is also indexed in Index Copernicus International (ICI). The ICI has indexed over 6,000 journals. Our current value in ICI for 2017 is 78.41. The value is based on a multidimensional parametric assessment, with over 100 assessment criteria.
Impact Factor for 2015 and 2016
At the beginning of 2015, our journal’s unofficial 2015 Impact Factor was 1.40. The 2015 Impact Factor was calculated by taking the total number of citations in 2013 and 2014 which were then divided by the number of articles published in those 2 years. Recently, the 2015 Impact Factor for our journal has actually increased to 3.95.
The unofficial 2016 Impact Factor is currently 1.88, based off the number of citations and articles published in 2014 and 2015. As we receive more publicity for our journal, we expect to this value will increase.
The Functional Foods in Health and Disease journal was selected for coverage in one of Thomson Reuters products and services. Our journal has been indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) from 2015. We are also cited by the following databases: Index Copernicus, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Chemical Abstract, EBSCO, Google Scholar.
Vol 9, No 1 (2019): January 2019
Table of Contents
|Determination of bioactive properties of food grade extracts from Icelandic edible brown seaweed sugar kelp (Saccharina latissima) with in vitro human cell cultures (THP-1).||[Abstract] [Full Article]|
|Magdalena M. Stefaniak, María Gudjónsdóttir, Gudrun Marteinsdottir, Sesselja Omarsdottir, Elena Bravo, Olafur Eysteinn Sigurjónsson, Kristberg Kristbergsson||1-15|
|The anti-inflammatory effects of Indonesian and Japanese bitter melon (Momordica charantia L.) fruit extracts on interleukin-1β-treated hepatocytes||[Abstract] [Full Article]|
|Dinia Rizqi Dwijayanti, Tetsuya Okuyama, Tadayoshi Okumura, Yukinobu Ikeya, Mikio Nishizawa||16-33|
|Effects of curcumin on testis microvascular complication in streptozotocin-induced diabetes rats||[Abstract] [Full Article]|
|Wipapan Khimmaktong, Manaras Komolkriengkrai, Piyakorn Boonyoung, Vipavee Anupunpisit||34-51|
|Intake safety of Lactobacillus helveticus SBT2171 and its effects on nasal and ocular symptoms associated with mites and house dust: An open-label study and a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group study||[Abstract] [Full Article]|
|Maya Yamashita, Eiji Kobatake, Shun Obuchi, Masayuki Iwai, Kazuyuki Ichikawa, Toshihide Kabuki, Tadao Enomoto||52-77|