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Elsevier publishes functional foods journal

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The medical research and health care media firm, which is the parent company of the publisher of the "The Tan Sheet," launches the Journal of Functional Foods to "fill the existing gap" in publications that overlook advances in functional foods, nutraceuticals and natural health products, according to Editor-in-Chief Fereidoon Shahidi. The inaugural January 2009 issue includes articles on the bioequivalence of encapsulated fish-oil supplementation, methods for producing soy breads with varying levels of isoflavones, and a trial looking at the bioavailability of two CoQ10 formulations. Shahidi, a professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada, writes in an editorial that the journal "will serve as the official publication of" the International Society for Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods
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