Journal of Dietary Supplements | Editor Biography
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Meet Dr. Taylor Wallace
Taylor C. Wallace, PhD, CFS, FACN, is Principal and CEO at the Think Healthy Group and a Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at George Mason University. His academic research interests are in the area of nutritional interventions to promote health and prevent the onset of chronic disease. Dr. Wallace has a PhD an MS in Food Science and Nutrition from The Ohio State University and a BS in Food Science from the University of Kentucky. He operates the popular food and nutrition blog, www.DrTaylorWallace.com, is a member of Forbes Health Advisory Board, and a regular guest commentator in the mainstream media, regularly seen on NBC4 Washington and the Dr. Oz Show. He is a fellow of the American College of Nutrition and is the 2015 recipient of the Charles A. Regus Award, given by the American College of Nutrition for original research and innovation in the field of nutrition. Dr. Wallace is a Senior Fellow of the Center for Magnesium Education & Research, the Editor-in-chief of the Journal of the Dietary Supplements, Deputy Editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, Nutrition Section Editor of Annals of Medicine, the editor of seven academic textbooks, author of over 75 peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters, and author of the cookbook, Sizzling Science. In 2021, the Governor of Kentucky commissioned Dr. Wallace a Kentucky Colonel, the state’s highest title of honor.
Journal of Dietary Supplements
The Journal of Dietary Supplements (JDS) publishes original research studies on dietary supplements, nutrition, health and disease, analytical methods, policy, healthcare delivery, innovations and toxicology. The journal accepts the following types of manuscripts:
· Expert commentaries and opinions
· Original research articles
· Narrative, comprehensive and scoping reviews
· Systematic reviews and meta-analyses
· Reports from authoritative scientific groups or government agencies
· Letters to the Editor
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- You can benefit from increased usage and influence: Articles published Open Select with Taylor & Francis typically receive 32% more citations* and over 6 times as many downloads^ compared to those that are not published Open Select.
- You will reach a wider audience: Your research will be accessible to policymakers, practitioners, professionals, and the general public interested in your field as soon as it is published.
- It is easier to monitor your impact: You will be able to see the downloads, citations and Altmetric data for your article at any time.
- Retention of copyright: Meaning you have control over how your research can be used by others.
*Citations received up to Jan 31st 2020 for articles published in 2015-2019 in journals listed in Web of Science®.
^Usage in 2017-2019 for articles published in 2015-2019.
|Safety and Effect of a Low- and High-Dose Multi-Strain Probiotic Supplement on Microbiota in a General Adult Population: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study||Journal of Dietary Supplements||Access full article|
|Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Model for Assessing the Risk from Multi-Ingredient Dietary Supplements (MIDS)||Journal of Dietary Supplements||Access full article|
|Curcumin Improves Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness and Postexercise Lactate Accumulation||Journal of Dietary Supplements||Access full article|
|Effects of High-Dose, Short-Duration β-Alanine Supplementation on Cognitive Function, Mood, and Circulating Brain-Derived Neurotropic Factor (BDNF) in Recreationally-Active Males Before Simulated Military Operational Stress||Journal of Dietary Supplements||Access full article|
|Ingesting a Post-Workout Vegan-Protein Multi-Ingredient Expedites Recovery after Resistance Training in Trained Young Males||Journal of Dietary Supplements||Access full article|
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We encourage academics, practitioners, and leaders in public health and other relevant health system stakeholders, especially from low-resource settings, to submit their articles to the Journal of Dietary Supplements. We welcome contributions from first-time lead authors located at institutions in low- and middle-income countries. Prospective authors are encouraged to contact the Editor-in-Chief with proposals and ideas for articles.
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