We accept only original, unpublished guest posts. Please check the submission guidelines below.
How to Become a Guest Blogger
The article must be written exclusively for this website. Please use the encyclopedia style of writing and focus on facts. Your article should be at least 500 words. You can include relevant links to quality sites including your site. Avoid inserting links that have no relation to the content of the article. Do not forget to cite your sources at the end of the article so that our editors could check the facts. To post your article, fill out the guest post submission form. You can use HTML tags to format your post. Our editors will review your post shortly.
Byline and Links
The byline will appear at the bottom of your article. It is a sentence explaining who you are. You can include one link to your web site to promote your products or services.
Our web site focuses on healthy weight loss. We are interested in articles on healthy eating and dieting including articles that discuss all kinds of diets: low-carbohydrate diets, low-fat diets, high-protein diets, calorie-controlled diets, vegetarian diets, etc. We also welcome articles on all kinds of fitness activities including walking, running, swimming, cycling and even yoga.
Focus on Facts
When writing for us, please focus on facts, not opinions. Consider if the facts you write about are useful to the reader. Your article should provide readers with information that could potentially help them make better food choices, adopt a healthier diet, get better results with their exercise programs. In short, try to help our readers achieve their weight loss and fitness goals, to live better.
Avoid language that may be considered offensive by overweight people.
Write in a warm, friendly style. Keep in mind that you want to help people on a person-to-person level. We do not write that our site helps “individuals make informed decisions about weight loss programs”; we write, “Our site helps you decide which weight loss program may be right for you”. See the difference?
Know what you want to say and write in a way that comes naturally so that people can understand your ideas. Avoid clutter. Be clear.
Structure the Article
Break the article into short sections. The introductory section usually explains what the article is about and why it is important to dieters. It captures the reader’s attention.
The next section might provide facts, statistics, all the relevant details and their interpretation. You can quote studies to enhance credibility. Though we ask you to think of encyclopedia style of writing when working on your article, you can tell about your personal experience, but only if it is relevant and may be valuable to the reader. If you are writing a “how to” article, explain the reader how to solve the problem and achieve the best results possible.
The closing section might contain evaluations or… conclusions. If you quoted studies in the article, do not forget to cite your sources.
Avoid sending articles with obvious grammar or spelling errors. Proofread your work before sending it to us.