If you are a new blogger in the health and fitness niche you may want to have a look at this list of health blogs accepting guest posts.
In summary, guest blogging helps your blog rank better on search engines, while positioning you as an authority in your niche. Also, quality and original content is what most health blogs offering guest posting opportunities want. So be sure to produce content according to the respective guidelines.
Let’s cut the fluff and get straight to the chase. Here are health blogs and magazines offering guest posting opportunities:
Health blogs accepting guest posts: Hive Health Media (Domain Authority 51)
This health news platform is often featured on Google News and prioritizes articles centered on health, nutrition and fitness.
They usually have a long list of guest posts sent their way so they make it easier for those who’d like to have theirs published immediately. How? You have to pay.
If you choose NOT to pay to have your guest post to be published, then you’ll have to wait on ‘first-come-first-served’ basis. Check out their guest posting guidelines here.
Health blogs accepting guest posts: Science-Based Medicine (Domain Authority 75)
This is a publication society and not really a blog. All its authors, including the managing editor, are certified medics– that means all guest posts have to be of high quality. This platform demystifies medicine to the public using science. Check out their guest posting guidelines here.
SelfGrowth.com (Domain Authority 79)
I think this is a pretty cool one. Gives the option of submitting an article or a website. Wow, guys!
With this you have to create an account for FREE to enjoy the benefits. Pretty much bloggers in different kinds of niches can submit guest posts. Check out their guest posting guidelines here.
HealthResource4U (Domain Authority 46)
This blog focuses on a number of niches but health is the main one. Its genesis is quite touching– the owner of the blog was looking for cancer information that could help his mum, btu didn’t find much. He decided to start this blog to help people find answers to their questions. Check out their guest posting guidelines here.
Top.me (Domain Authority 39)
This blog mostly has articles for fitness fanatics, so make sure to show you’ve written for their targeted audience on the headline.If you don’t reflect who you are targeting in your title, your post submission may be rejected. Check out their guest posting guidelines here.
PsychCentral (Domain Authority 87)
Like many other blogs offering guest posting opportunities, Psych Central does not publish sponsored posts or paid links. Also, the subject line of your submission should not contain the words guest post or guest posting–your submission will automatically be filtered out. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Natural News (Domain Authority 84)
This blog was started by an activist who is now a health scientist. It tells uncensored truths about dangerous chemicals and disruptors found in foods, cosmetics, pet care products and so on. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Health on a Budget (Domain Authority 21)
This blog, like all the others, will require you to read their content first, to avoid submitting content that’s been previously written. They won’t accept your guest post if it’s been published before, so be creative. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Crossfit Journal (Domain Authority 88)
This is good for bloggers into clinically tested functional fitness. If that’s you check out their submission guidelines here.
YegFitness (Domain Authority 47)
If you are in Canada, specifically in Edmonton, this is good for you. They offer their readers fitness and health news, so you have to have current news on your fingertips. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Boxlife Magazine (Domain Authority 51)
This blog is mainly about fitness and will appreciate guest posts centered around nutrition, how to prevent injury, fitness motivationals and so much more. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Mother Earth Living (Domain Authority 72)
This one will pay you to guest post and mostly invites writers from North America. When you send your work, they will have to fact-check so make it easy for them by including your sources. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Radish Magazine (Domain Authority 53)
Not a blog but an online magazine, it accepts guest posts that will cater to their local readers on Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois. Their magazines are sold for free at farmers’ markets, fitness & healthcare centers, food centers and so on. Check out their submission guidelines here.
EatingWell (Domain Authority 82)
This is a food magazine that pays writers up to $1 per word. They explore the sociology and psychology of food; the origin of different foods and tastes while promoting enjoyable healthy eating. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Experience Life (Domain Authority 75)
This is a progressive health and fitness magazine targeting people between ages 30 to 45. Please check out their submission guidelines here.
Fitness Magazine (Domain Authority 79)
This magazine expects well researched, with preference for peer reviewed articles in the lines of healthy eating, healthy beauty trends, workout videos and so on. Check out their submission guidelines here.
The Health Journal (Domain Authority 52)
If you want to write for this platform, you’ve got to experience it first.
Writing about fitness workout? Go to that gym. Writing about healthy eating for a family with kids? Live with that family.
They want your experiences not just your words. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Idea Fit (Domain Authority 78)
This fitness journal targets fitness trainers, nutritionists, business owners in health niches, health policy makers and so on. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Health blogs accepting guest posts: Inside Fitness (Domain Authority 39)
To write for this platform you have to know their style of content. Your submission will be easily accepted if you prove you’re a professional in the health and fitness industry. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Men’s Fitness (Domain Authority 0.6)
This is an Australian magazine largely targeting Australian men. You have to familiarize yourself with their content style for you to send ‘open-worthy’ submissions. Check out their submission guidelines here.
If you want to write for this, consider doing your research from actual health research journals, not blogs. Check out their submission guidelines here.
If you are a blogger wanting to promote a business, this is not for you. They do not accept SEO content. Check out their submission guidelines here
Future Fit Training
Writing for this would mean coming up with content with 800-1500 words. They want less theory and more practical action steps in the areas of fitness, nutrition, online health courses and much more. Check out their submission guidelines here.
This is mostly about mental health. I’ve figured you will have to look around their website for a contact to send your submission to. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Wow I love this because it also has a fitness category catering to children as young as 0 (LOOL). So cool. Like all other blogs offering guest posting opportunities, familiarize yourself with the style of their content before submitting. Check out their submission guidelines here.
Mind Body Green
This is a wellness blog requiring contributors to have some level of expertise and academic credentials. Check out their submission guidelines here.