What is Consumer Health Digest and when was it founded?
Founded in 2003, Consumer Health Digest is an online website for well-researched and in-depth reviews on health formulas, vitamins, minerals, joint care solutions, weight loss supplements, testosterone supplements and other products that are designed to help our readers.
We find in-depth information that is currently unavailable on other websites and other informational sources.
Where is Consumer Health Digest located?
Consumer Health Digest’s has its headquarters in Nagpur, India.
How do I reach Consumer Health Digest?
There are many ways to contact our team. We operate from 9.30 AM to 7.00 PM, IST.
Our phone number is +91-712-2543006.
Find our contact page here.
How do you generate revenue?
We review products that contain ingredients that are based on customer experience, research and the extensive knowledge from our team of independent writers, we strive to provide the best. Our team of experts is comprised of certified personal trainers, registered dieticians, doctors just to name a few.
In certain articles on this site, we link to certain services and resources for building and promoting products and brands. We belong to selected affiliate programs, and we do make a commission if you decide to purchase through our affiliate links. We first and foremost want to fully disclose this relationship, but also reassure you that any financial incentive does not influence what we say about a particular product or service.
We have partnered with several affiliates that include (the list is not exhaustive and parties may change at any time) Commission Junction, Linkshare, iHealth services, Share-a-Sale, Pepperjam/eBay, Amazon Associates, Morniche, Markethealth, Avantlink, Revenuwire, Rakuten, Sellhealth, Evitamins, BizProfits, Associacash, Flexoffers and Google Adsense. Please note that we have indicated our Affiliate Disclosure statement with every commercial page. Review it before you read our reviews.
Consumer Health Digest’s Reviews
What guidelines do you follow to create reviews?
We follow a step-by-step process in creating reviews. Behind each step are hours of deep research and a review board comprised of health and medical professionals who ensure that all the information is accurate and trustworthy.
The following steps are:
- Product Details
- Ingredient Research
- Possible Side Effects (based on ingredients not specific products)
- Company Evaluation
- Comprehensive Approach
- Customer Experience
- Teamwork with Experts
- Success Stories
- Refund/Return Policies and Guarantees
- Final Words
To learn more about the processes in detail, check the ConsumerHealthDigest.com review guidelines.
How do you create your video reviews?
We use the tools available to create visual content for our readers who may like to watch some of the product reviews on Youtube. We review hundreds of popular products, diets and nutrition advice on video. We have a Youtube Channel that features all the in-depth videos we have created.
Do you have a medical disclaimer?
Yes. The information on our website is not meant to substitute medical advice. No one on the Consumer Health Digest team is qualified to give medical advice. We also do not use medical jargon and claims in our reviews. Read the full Medical Disclaimer here.
What is the Consumer Health Digest Scholastic Competition?
Education and social media have proven to be functional tools for spreading the word about health and wellness to millions of people across the world. The Consumer Health Digest Scholastic Competition aims to challenge young adults into researching and addressing current health issues and share their findings on various social media platforms to get conversations started.
In addition, we sponsor the annual Consumer Health Digest Scholastic Competition which provides extraordinary students from the US and other countries the chance to win up to $1000 in financial aid for studies related to health and wellness.
Read more on the Consumer Health Digest Scholastic Competition page. You can share this with young adults all over the world.
How do I contact Consumer Health Digest to suggest an edit or correction?
What if I see copyright infringement?
This is not a matter we take lightly. If you find that your rights or those of others have been infringed upon, please send an email to email@example.com. We will check this and update you on any potential inaccuracies on the page if you do use the Claim Your Product page and provide the required information in the format provided.
Who are the contributors/reviewers who review your content?
We work with a team of top contributors/reviewers including Kristy Curtis, Astrid Naranjo, Dr. Sarah Brewer, Dr. Stacy Friedman, Lauren Dummit, Gerry Ellen, Felicia Newell, Dr. Keith Kantor, and others. The About Us page includes detailed bios on every expert on our review board.
Why are there ads on Consumer Health Digest?
The truth is that creating valuable content involves creating thoroughly researched information with potential interviews, text editing and fact-checking. Running such a site comes with costs. To cover these overheads, Consumer Health Digest’s primary source of revenue is ads.
As we have a goal to provide a user-friendly experience, we try to follow the best publishing practices and create an enjoyable site that is unintrusive. We want you to read content and freely click on the ads that you find useful and relevant.
We do not have confusing navigation that is made to make the users click on the ads and neither do we have stocky advertisements and pop-up ads.
The bottom line is that we trust, as a consumer, you have the right to tell what is the site’s main content and advertisements, and we have clearly indicated that.
How is the overall star rating for a product review page calculated?
We also believe that every page on Consumer Health Digest should be created with a purpose. Our Quality Page Score is therefore a measurement of how well a page achieves that purpose. A page’s quality score is not an absolute score however, but rather a score relative to other pages on the website that have a similar purpose. It has nothing to do with any product ratings or rankings. It’s our internal auditing tool to measure the quality of the on the page content. There are a number of factors that determine the Page Score of a given page.
Landing page quality is a factor in determining Page Score. Landing page quality generally refers to whether or not the overall page contains relevant and original content to the web page visitor. The content quality value of a web page is determined by comparing a page to known quality patterns and each pattern carries a different weighting in how it affects the overall content quality value of a page. We also factor in user generated feedback on this form plus a page quality algorithm. Since web pages content can change, the content quality value of a web page is updated periodically.
The Page Score benchmark is a user generated rating system that allows our readers to judge the quality of the overall content and their user experience on the page. It has nothing to do with the product or it’s overall effectiveness. This information is clearly explained on each product review page.
Consumer Health Digest never directly or indirectly assigns a star rating to any product or service listed on the site.
How much does your newsletter cost?
The Consumer Health Digest’s Newsletter is absolutely free. All subscribers sign up to get a copy of the weekly digest with our top content every weekend.
I sent a message via your contact form and didn’t receive a reply?
Due to an influx of messages received on our end, we may not reply to all of them. We do assure you that every message is read. However, it is likely that you will receive an email if your query is on how to use the website will
Pro tip: We recommend that you carefully go through our FAQ, About Us and other important pages to check for answers before writing to us. This information was carefully designed to answer almost all of the most common questions.
LAST MODIFIED: December 04, 2018