Truweight Blog Page Policy
Truweight Wellness Content team is devoted to providing articles and blog posts that are in line with our editorial standards – objective analysis, sourcing and content accuracy. Each and every article published in the Truweight Blog is medically reviewed and cross-checked by our certified nutritionists. Likewise, Truweight has zero-tolerance towards plagiarism.
Below are the standard policies we adhere to.
- Study papers, referenced and internal links sited in the articles must be from reputed and relevant academic associations or journals.
- Statistics, figures and outcomes published in the article must site references to the original sources. The statistics and figures must add value to the articles.
- Articles must be neutral and should not be in favour of subjects that neither Truweight believes nor endorses.
- The articles should not mislead readers. They must be clear and have relevant headers, sub-headers and conclusion.
- Articles should never make claims like “Truweight cures or treats certain diseases”.
- All articles must have relevant background information about the core subject of the article.
- All articles must be based on scientific evidence published in reputed publications.
- Articles must present both sides of the subject and should share the pros and cons if there are any.
A B.Tech. in Computer Science by qualification, Saba ventured into languages in 2009 when she started training at The British School of Language, Delhi. She has also worked for a news magazine as an Editor. She possesses over 10 years of experience in content creation and has worked with a number of renowned organizations like the Info Edge India and The Red Pen Mumbai in the past. Saba is a specialized content developer with a rich experience in content research. She joined Truweight Wellness in September 2017 and has created over 250 articles in this time.
In between, she also started her own food catering business where she crafted Bihari Muslim delicacies. In her free time, she likes to groove to some foot-tapping Punjabi and Bollywood music.