Journal for Lipids in Health and Disease publishes original research articles, review articles, and commentaries on all aspects of lipids in health and disease. The journal covers a broad range of topics, including:

  • Lipid metabolism and regulation
  • Lipoprotein metabolism and atherosclerosis
  • Lipids and cardiovascular disease
  • Lipids and diabetes
  • Lipids and metabolic disorders
  • Lipids and cancer
  • Lipids and inflammation
  • Lipids and neurodegenerative disorders
  • Lipids and aging
  • Lipids and nutrition
  • Lipids and drug discovery
  • Lipid-lowering interventions
  • Lipidomics and metabolomics
  • Lipid-related biomarkers

The journal also welcomes submissions on related topics, such as clinical trials, epidemiology, genetics, and pharmacology, as long as they have a clear relevance to the field of lipids in health and disease. Journal for Lipids in Health and Disease is an open access journal, which means that all articles are freely available online, and authors retain copyright of their work. We follow the guidelines and policies of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), and we are committed to ensuring the highest standards of ethical and scientific integrity in all aspects of our publishing process.


  1. Lipid metabolism
  2. Cholesterol
  3. Triglycerides
  4. Atherosclerosis
  5. Cardiovascular disease
  6. Obesity
  7. Diabetes
  8. Fatty acids
  9. Lipoproteins
  10. Dyslipidemia
  11. Lipidomics
  12. Lipid signaling
  • Adipose tissue
  1. Lipid droplets
  2. Lipid bilayers
  • Lipid peroxidation
  1. HDL
  2. LDL
  3. VLDL
  4. Apolipoproteins
  5. Lipid transport
  6. Lipid storage
  7. Lipid oxidation
  8. Lipid rafts
  9. Fatty acid synthesis
  10. Fatty acid oxidation
  11. Sterol metabolism
  12. Fatty acid metabolism
  13. Lipid accumulation
  14. Lipid metabolism disorders
  • Insulin resistance
  1. Lipid homeostasis
  2. Eicosanoids
  3. Inflammation
  4. Metabolic syndrome
  5. Lipid-related diseases
  6. Lipid oxidation products
  7. Lipid-based drug delivery
  8. Lipid nanoparticles
  9. Lipid signaling pathways
  10. Lipid biochemistry
  11. Oxidative stress
  12. Genetic determinants of lipid metabolism
  13. Nutritional lipids
  14. Omega- fatty acids
  15. Polyunsaturated fatty acids
  16. Saturated fatty acids
  17. Trans fats
  18. Lipid biomarkers
  19. Lipid-lowering therapies
  20. Lipid metabolism in cancer
  21. Lipid metabolism in brain
  22. Lipid metabolism in liver
  23. Lipid metabolism in muscle
  24. Lipid metabolism in kidney
  25. Lipid metabolism in heart
  26. Lipid metabolism in adipose tissue
  27. Lipid metabolism in skin
  28. Lipid metabolism in bone
  29. Lipid metabolism in immune system
  • Lipid metabolism in reproduction
  1. Lipid metabolism in aging
  2. Lipid metabolism in exercise
  3. Lipid metabolism in stress
  4. Lipid metabolism in sleep
  5. Lipid metabolism in gut
  6. Lipid metabolism in microbiome
  7. Lipid metabolism in infectious diseases
  8. Lipid metabolism in viral diseases
  9. Lipid metabolism in bacterial diseases
  10. Lipid metabolism in fungal diseases
  11. Lipid metabolism in parasitic diseases
  12. Lipid metabolism in autoimmune diseases
  13. Lipid metabolism in allergic diseases
  14. Lipid metabolism in cardiovascular diseases
  15. Lipid metabolism in neurological diseases
  16. Lipid metabolism in psychiatric diseases
  17. Lipid metabolism in endocrine diseases
  18. Lipid metabolism in respiratory diseases
  19. Lipid metabolism in renal diseases
  20. Lipid metabolism in gastrointestinal diseases
  21. Lipid metabolism in liver diseases
  22. Lipid metabolism in metabolic diseases
  23. Lipid metabolism in rare diseases
  24. Lipid metabolism in pediatric diseases
  25. Lipid metabolism in geriatric diseases
  26. Lipid metabolism in animal models
  27. Lipid metabolism in cellular models
  28. Lipid metabolism in organ models
  29. Lipid metabolism in in vitro systems
  30. Lipid metabolism in in vivo systems
  31. Lipid metabolism in drug discovery
  32. Lipid metabolism in precision medicine
  33. Lipid-related
  34. Omega-3
  35. Omega-6
  36. Sphingolipids
  37. Phospholipids
  38. Fatty liver disease
  39. Lipid digestion
  40. Lipid absorption
  41. Lipid malabsorption
  42. Lipid synthesis
  43. Lipidomics analysis
  44. Lipid extraction
  45. Lipid profiling
  46. Lipidomics technology
  47. Genetics of lipid metabolism
  48. Inherited lipid disorders
  49. Lipid metabolism and cancer
  50. Lipids and inflammation
  51. Lipids and the immune system
  52. Lipids and aging
  53. Lipids and the brain
  54. Lipids and cognition
  55. Lipids and Alzheimer's disease
  56. Lipids and Parkinson's disease
  57. Lipids and multiple sclerosis
  58. Lipids and neurodegeneration
  59. Lipids and psychiatric disorders
  60. Lipids and mood disorders
  61. Lipids and anxiety
  62. Lipids and depression
  63. Lipids and autism
  64. Lipids and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  65. Lipids and sleep disorders
  66. Lipids and circadian rhythm
  67. Lipids and nutrition
  68. Lipids and exercise
  69. Lipids and sports nutrition
  70. Lipids and bioactive lipids
  71. Lipids and supplements
  72. Lipids and functional foods
  73. Lipids and nutraceuticals
  74. Lipids and pharmacology
  75. Lipid-lowering drugs
  76. Lipid-based drug delivery systems
  77. Lipids and drug metabolism
  78. Lipids and drug interactions
  79. Lipids and drug safety
  80. Lipids and drug efficacy
  81. Lipids and natural products
  82. Lipids and herbal medicine
  83. Lipids and traditional medicine
  84. Lipids and personalized nutrition
  85. Lipids and precision medicine
  86. Lipids and biomolecular engineering
  87. Lipids and biotechnology
  88. Lipids and biofuels
  89. Lipids and sustainable energy
  90. Lipids and environmental sustainability
  91. Lipids and food science
  92. Lipids and food technology
  93. Lipids and sensory science
  94. Lipids and consumer behavior
  95. Lipids and marketing
  96. Lipids and economics
  97. Lipids and policy
  98. Lipids and regulations
  99. Lipids and intellectual property
  100. Lipids and innovation
  101. Lipids and entrepreneurship
  102. Lipids and academia
  103. Lipids and research funding
  104. Lipids and scientific publishing
  105. Lipids and open access
  106. Lipids and peer review
  107. Lipids and scientific integrity
  108. Lipids and scientific communication
  109. Lipids and public engagement
  110. Lipids and education
  111. Lipids and career development
  112. Lipids and mentorship
  113. Lipids and diversity and inclusion
  114. Lipids and professional societies
  115. Lipids and networking
  116. Lipids and collaboration
  117. Lipids and team science
  118. Lipids and interdisciplinary research
  119. Lipids and international collaborations
  120. Lipids and global health
  121. Lipids and One Health
  122. Lipids and animal health
  123. Lipids and veterinary medicine
  124. Lipids and food safety
  125. Lipids and clinical nutrition
  126. Lipids and preventive medicine
  127. Lipids and epidemiology
  128. Lipids and population health
  129. Lipids and health outcomes
  130. Free fatty acids
  131. Omega-3 fatty acids
  132. Omega-6 fatty acids
  133. Membrane lipids
  134. Immunometabolism
  135. Nanoliposomes
  136. Fatty acid synthase
  137. Stearoyl-CoA desaturase
  138. Acetyl-CoA carboxylase
  139. Lipidomics profiling
  140. Lipidomics data analysis
  141. Lipidomics software
  142. Dietary fats
  143. Saturated fats
  144. Unsaturated fats
  145. Polyunsaturated fats
  146. Monounsaturated fats
  147. Lipid standards
  148. Lipid quantification
  149. Lipidomic biomarkers
  150. Lipid storage diseases
  151. Lipid autophagy
  152. Lipid rafts in signal transduction
  153. Lipid-based vaccines
  154. Lipid droplets in disease
  155. Lipidomics in precision medicine
  156. Lipidomics in personalized nutrition
  157. Lipidomics in aging research
  158. Lipidomics in cancer research
  159. Lipidomics in infectious diseases
  160. Lipidomics in neuroscience
  161. Lipidomics in drug discovery
  162. Lipidomics in environmental toxicology
  163. Lipidomics in food science
  164. Lipidomics in agriculture
  165. Lipidomics in veterinary medicine
  166. Lipidomics in aquaculture
  167. Lipidomics in biotechnology
  168. Lipidomics in bioinformatics
  169. Lipidomics in systems biology
  170. Lipidomics in metabolomics
  171. Lipidomics in proteomics
  172. Lipidomics in genomics
  173. Lipidomics in transcriptomics
  174. Lipidomics in pharmacology
  175. Lipidomics in toxicology
  176. Lipidomics in physiology
  177. Lipidomics in pathophysiology
  178. Lipidomics in therapeutics
  179. Lipidomics in epidemiology
  180. Lipidomics in clinical trials
  181. Lipidomics in translational medicine
  182. Lipidomics in public health
  183. Lipidomics in healthcare management
  184. Lipidomics in healthcare policies
  185. Lipidomics in healthcare economics
  186. Lipidomics education
  187. Lipidomics training
  188. Lipidomics career opportunities
  189. Lipidomics challenges and opportunities
  190. Lipidomics ethics
  191. Lipidomics and society
  192. Open access lipidomics journal
  193. Lipidomics review articles
  194. Lipidomics original research articles
  195. Lipidomics case reports
  196. Lipidomics perspectives
  197. Lipidomics commentaries
  198. Lipidomics letters
  199. Lipidomics conference proceedings
  200. Lipidomics meeting abstracts
  201. Lipidomics book chapters
  202. Lipidomics news
  203. Lipidomics events
  204. Lipidomics social media
  205. Lipidomics podcasts
  206. Lipidomics webinars
  207. Lipidomics newslettersTop of Form


In conclusion, the Journal for Lipids in Health and Disease aims to promote research and knowledge exchange on various aspects of lipids, their metabolism, and their role in human health and disease. The journal's mission is to provide a platform for scientists and researchers to publish their work and contribute to the understanding of lipid-related disorders. Its vision is to be a leading publication in the field of lipid research, and its scope encompasses various topics ranging from basic biochemistry and molecular biology to clinical trials and epidemiology. The journal is committed to open access publishing and follows all necessary regulations to ensure the integrity and quality of its publications. With a focus on advancing the understanding of lipids and their role in human health, the Journal for Lipids in Health and Disease welcomes submissions from scientists and researchers worldwide.