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Q&A: How do I know if the title of my paper is appropriate?

I am going to do work with a weight loss product in which the main ingredient is conjugated linoleic acid. "Evaluation of conjugated linoleic acid in fat reduction and its association with c-reactive protein" Is this a suitable title for my article?

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It is difficult to tell whether your title is suitable for your article without going through the entire manuscript. Overall, the title you have mentioned is brief, informative, and clear. However, you will need to assess whether it aptly describes what exactly the study is about.

Here are a few points to help you check whether your title is suitable:

  • Does the title clearly indicate what your research is about?
  • Is it brief, informative, and attractive?
  • Does it include relevant descriptive keywords that readers are most likely to search for?

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