Hypervitaminosis is an abnormal clinical condition developed due to intake of excessive amounts (self-prescribed, usually from supplements) of one or more vitamins, especially over a long period results in toxic effects. Serious effects may result from overdoses of fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, or K, but adverse reactions are less common with the water-soluble B and C vitamins. In fat soluble vitamins it is more common with the vitamin A, vitamin D in comparison to vitamin E and k.
Open access OMICS International Publishing Group aimed to provide the readers a barrier free flow of research work and conceptualized knowledge through online. To speed up the pace of scientific innovations, discovery, quality enriched education system and increase the global economy, open access is a key to success in dissemination of knowledge to world community.
Vitamins & Minerals is one such open access journal from OMICS Group, publishing the research, review, case reports, short commentaries and editorials pertaining to the field of nutrition sciences on quarterly basis for its readers. Today in the field of competition, quality of articles publishing in the journal per issue is very important with a rapid peer review process. Vitamins and Minerals journal trying to bring such quality in the articles published per issue with its broader conceptualized editorial board and with the expertise reviewers.
Last date updated on June, 2014