Nutrition Science Journals -per Google Scholar

OK, so last week I ran a search on Google Scholar to identify the top Nutrition Sciences Journals and publications:

Listed in terms of Rank –  Publication – this is what it showed.

1 The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

2 Nutrients

3 Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition

4 British Journal of Nutrition

5 Clinical Nutrition

6 The Journal of Nutrition

7 Advances in Nutrition

8 Journal of Functional Foods

9 Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

10 Molecular Nutrition & Food Research

11 Nutrition

12 Public Health Nutrition

13 Nutrition Reviews

14 European Journal of Nutrition

15 The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry

16 Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

17 Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care

18 European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

19 Nutrition Journal

20 Proceedings of the Nutrition Society

 

The top papers in AJCN with Title/Citation Count/Year of Publication:

Vitamin D deficiency in Europe: pandemic?  /397/ 2016
KD Cashman, KG Dowling, Z Škrab.kov., M Gonzalez-Gross, J Valtue.a, .
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 103 (4), 1033-1044
A systematic review and meta-analysis of dietary patterns and depression in community-dwelling adults. /377/  2014
JS Lai, S Hiles, A Bisquera, AJ Hure, M McEvoy, J Attia
The American journal of clinical nutrition 99 (1), 181-197
Physical activity and all-cause mortality across levels of overall and abdominal adiposity in European men and women: the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition Study (EPIC) / 302 / 2015
U Ekelund, HA Ward, T Norat, J Luan, AM May, E Weiderpass, SJ Sharp, 
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 101 (3), 613-621

 

Dietary sugars and cardiometabolic risk: systematic review and
meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials of the effects on blood pressure and lipids /289 / 2014 -LA Te Morenga, 
AJ Howatson, RM Jones, J Mann The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 100 (1), 65-79

Lower protein content in infant formula reduces BMI and 
obesity risk at school age: follow-up of a randomized trial /
283 /2014 - M Weber, V Grote, R Closa-Monasterolo, J Escribano, JP Langhendries, ...The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 99 (5), 1041-1051
Myofibrillar muscle protein synthesis rates subsequent to a meal inresponse to increasing doses of whey protein at rest and afterresistance exercise./281 /2014
OC Witard, SR Jackman, L Breen, K Smith, A Selby, KD Tipton
The American journal of clinical nutrition 99 (1), 86-95



WHY AM I DOING THIS?

I am doing this because nutrition, diet, and exercise are
thing we can actually control.  If we educate ourselves and.  the next generation, we have a much better chance at a higher quality of life for a longer duration, and also less expensive government.  The way things are, health care costs are  
skyrocketing.  If we get healthier, costs will go down, taxes will fall, and we'll all be happier all around!
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486 Verbs account for 90% of occurrences

Interesting

looking at citations’ meaningfulness  in Tahamtan, Iman, and Lutz Bornmann. “What Do Citation Counts Measure? An Updated Review of Studies on Citations in Scientific Documents Published between 2006 and 2018.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.04588 (2019).

Bertin and Atanassova (2014) showed that in the introduction section, “70 verbs account for 50% of all verb occurrences, and 486 verbs account for 90% of the occurrences”.

Lots and lots of insights and data here ….

 

note to self. – follow up and look at related work

 

Did IBM Watson Overpromise on AI Health Care?

Eliza Strickland has an opinion 

IBM Watson’s foundations  certainly had and still have a lot of promise!  Perhaps a more thorough ‘lessons learned’  is on order.

(web article states  article appears in the April 2019 print issue as “IBM Watson, Heal Thyself.”)