International Journal of Nutrition

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International Journal of Nutrition-Maternal nutrition and effects on offspring-Sadanand Naik


HOD (Clinical Biochemistry),
K.E.M.Hospital, Pune, India.

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Sadanand Naik


B1/701, Mandke Advantage,
Opp Kendriy Vidyalay,
Col Vikram Batra Road,
Lulanagar, Pune -n 411 011, Maharashtra,

Research Interests:

  • Maternal nutrition and effects on offspring
  • Micronutrients in health and dsease



  1. Increase in circulating holotranscobalamin after oral administration of cyanocobalamin or hydroxocobalamin in healthy adults with low and normal cobalamin status.
  2. Development of a novel smartphone-based application for accurate and sensitive on-field hemoglobin measurement.
  3. Association of dietary factors with insulin resistance and inflammatory markers in subjects with diabetes mellitus and coronary artery disease in Indian population.
  4. Vitamin B12 deficiency and hyperhomocysteinemia as correlates of cardiovascular risk factors in Indian subjects with coronary artery disease.
  5. Association of constitutional type of Ayurveda with cardiovascular risk factors, inflammatory markers and insulin resistance.
  6. Lipid levels according to dietary magnesium groups+3
    Is hypomagnesaemia a coronary risk factor among Indians with coronary artery disease?
  7. Differences in traditional and non-traditional risk factors with special reference to nutritional factors in patients with coronary artery disease with or without diabetes mellitus.
  8. Daily milk intake improves vitamin B-12 status in young vegetarian Indians: An intervention trial.
  9. Study of pattern of dyslipidemia and its correlation with cardiovascular risk factors in patients with proven coronary artery disease.
  10. Relation of magnesium with insulin resistance and inflammatory markers in subjects with known Coronary artery disease.