1st Edition

Clinical Studies on Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements

    210 Pages 20 Color & 1 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    210 Pages 20 Color & 1 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    The book, Clinical Studies in Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements, presents extensive information on all the vital aspects and evidence-based studies on nutraceuticals and dietary supplements. The most fascinating part of this book is that the chapters explore the key concept accompanying an emphasis on recent research and developments on nutraceuticals and dietary supplements to tackle various diseases including maternal and fetal health, cancer, cardiovascular, renal disorders, hepatic disorders, hormonal disorders, and neurological dysfunction. The introspection carries updated literature reviews with relevant vital topics, quality illustrations, and well-organized tables for a better understanding of each segment. The current market scenario of these nutraceuticals and dietary supplements is the emphasis on their importance for a healthy and disease-controlled environment. This book will be useful to research scholars and scientists, as well as individuals working in the nutraceutical, dietary supplement, and functional food industries. This is an initiative to unveil the immense wealth that these nutraceuticals and dietary supplements hold and a realization of the fact that more evidence-based studies are required for its use to curb maladies and foster a healthy lifestyle.

    Chapter 1: General Classification and Basic Clinical Information Pertaining to Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements against Various Diseases. - Akhila Nair, Jozef T. Haponiuk, and Sreeraj Gopi

    Chapter 2: New Regulatory Norms Promulgated for Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements to Address the Challenges regarding Its Safety and Efficacy. - Akhila Nair, Jozef T. Haponiuk, and Sreeraj Gopi

    Chapter 3: An Outlook on Clinical Trials of Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements on Maternal and Fetal Health. - Akhila Nair, Jozef T. Haponiuk, Joby Jacob, and Sreeraj Gopi

    Chapter 4: The Role of Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements in the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases: An Insight on the Clinical Trials. - Praveen Pawal and Kyal Sin Yu Mon

    Chapter 5: Advances in Clinical Pathways in Various Cancer Treatments, Which Lead the Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals to See the Light at the End of the Tunnel. - Induja Dixit, Monica Malhotra, and Vivek Kumar Malhotra

    Chapter 6: Recent Advances in the Clinical Trials of Dietary Nutraceuticals to Altercate with Gastrointestinal Diseases. - J. Madhumathi and M. Deepak

    Chapter 7: Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements Endorse Bone Health: A Rational behind the Thriving Triumph of Clinical Trials. - V. Lalzawmliana, Prasenjit Mukherjee, Subhasis Roy, and Samit Kumar Nandi

    Chapter 8: Scientific Basis and Developments in the Clinical Aspects of Nutraceutical and Dietary Supplements for Neurological and Cognitive Dysfunction. - N.S.K. Gowthaman, P. Arul, and N.M. Abdul Khader Jailani

    Chapter 9: Current Clinical Evidences of Promising Benediction of Nutraceutical and Dietary Supplements for Hepatic Disorders. - Reshma V.P. Nair

    Chapter 10: Concomitant Use of Natural Supplements on Hormonal Growth and Disorders from Recent Clinical Perspectives and Trend. - Karthik Varma and Sreeraj Gopi

    Chapter 11: Recommendation of Dietary and Nutraceutical Supplements for Chronic Renal Diseases through Current Clinical Evidence. - Ginu Suhail Khan

    Chapter 12: Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements: The Future Smart Foods to Hamper Diabetes Mellitus and Associated Complications. - Nabeelah Bibi Sadeer and Mohamad Fawzi Mahomoodally

    Chapter 13: A Comparison of the Present-Day Growth Pattern in the World Economy of Dietary and Nutraceutical Supplements with Generic Medicines after Clinical Encounter: A Day in the Sun. - E. Jackcina Stobel Christy and Anitha Pius


    Dr. Sreeraj Gopi, currently working as a Visiting professor in University Malaysia. He worked as Chief Scientist at Plant Lipids Private Limited, Cochin, India. He is an organic chemist as well as nanomaterial scientist, published more than 80 international articles, inventor of more than 70 patent applications. He got selected as the fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry in 2017 and awarded FRSC. He also received CChem, CSci forum the same organization. He has also attained FACN, FRSA. He is a member of ACS, IUPAC, and chartered member of Royal Australian Chemical Institute.

    Dr. Augustine Amalraj is presently working as an Deputy Manager in the department of Research and Development at Plant Lipids Private Limited, Cochin, India. He obtained his Doctoral degree in Chemistry from Gandhigram Rural Institute – Deemed University, Gandhigram, Tamil Nadu, India. His research interests are applied chemistry, food chemistry, natural product chemistry, environmental chemistry, chemosensors, and polymer and nanocomposite materials. He has published more than 67 research articles in the international journals, 3 books, chapters and as an inventor of 2 patent applications.

    Mrs. Akhila Nair is currently working as a Research Associate at Plant Lipids Private Limited, Cochin, India. She has completed her M. Pharma in pharmaceutics and has published about 3 papers and 13 book chapters

    Ms. Chandradhara Divya is presently working as CEO in Bio Agile Therapeutics Private Limited, Bangalore, India. She has completed her MSc in Biotechnology. She has published more than 32 publications and 2 projects