Need some guest posting ideas so you can easily get your next health guest blog post accepted on a a health blog of your choice. Don’t worry, here are some ideas to get you started.

Health Guest  Blog Post Ideas

  1. How to be Your Healthiest
  2. Healthy Foods for Weight Loss
  3. How to Lose Weight Naturally
  4. The Top Foods to Reduce Belly Fat
  5. What to Eat to Have More Energy During the Day
  6. Best Essential Oils to Stay Cool During the Summer
  7. Why You Should Drink Lemon Water in the Morning
  8. How to Make Your Own Anti-Itch Spray
  9. The Best Teas to Drink to Detox
  10. The Best Teas to Drink to Prevent the Common Cold
  11. How to Make All Natural Hand Sanitizer
  12. The Benefits of Shea Butter
  13. The Benefits of Coconut Oil
  14. The Benefits of Green Tea
  15. The Benefits of Chamomile Tea
  16. The Benefits of Intermittent Fasting
  17. The Benefits of Raspberry Tea
  18. The Benefits of Ginger and Lemon Tea
  19. The Many Uses of Jojoba Oil
  20. The Best Essential Oils for Aromatherapy
  21. The Many Uses of Turmeric
  22. How to Use Herbal Tea During a Fever
  23. What Essential Oils to Use to Fight Dandruff
  24. Natural Alternatives to Sugar
  25. Natural Alternatives to Energy Drinks
  26. Best Probiotic Drinks
  27. Why to Start Using Bentonite Clay
  28. Why to Never Use Artificial Sugar
  29. How to Avoid Getting Sick When Flying
  30. The Best Alternatives to Coffee

How to Get Your Guest Posts Accepted

If you want to get your blog posts accepted to more health guests blogs, try adhering to the following rules:

  • Long content is the way to go – No blog owner wants a 100 word blog post. After all, something that short wouldn’t be worth the time that it takes to post to their site. That’s why you need to aim for around 500 words or more engaging content.
  • Unique content only – Let’s be real, you may think you can get away with passing off someone else’s blog post as your own, but Copyscape will stop you every single time. You need to either sit down and type out a post or pay someone else to do it for you.