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Let’s Work Together

We’re on a mission to make information on healthy holistic living more accessible to everyone. All of the information on our website is available for free from our expert contributors. You too can help people become more knowledgeable while also helping your nutritionist, personal trainer or yoga instructor career.

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” – Chinese Proverb

Write For Us


Some of Holistic Kenko’s material is created by a roster of talented, motivated writers. However, we do also consider guest post pitches from writers outside our team.

We would love to have you contribute a guest post to Holistic Kenko. Send us an email to [email protected]  Please provide us with samples of your work and pitch us your idea.

When submitting your article we will only accept documents in PDF, Word or Pages format. At this time we are not giving out author accounts.
Posts must be health-focused and research-based.
Post must be 100% original. No plagiarism or self-plagiarism.


Write About Your Expertise

The main requirement we have is that anything health-related needs to be written by a person that has proper credentials. 

Length Of Post

How long should a post be? The length of a post for Holistic Kenko should be between 1,000 – 3,000 words. 

Use Credible Sources

Each post needs scientific facts to back up and support your points. Make sure to link to all resources so that our readers can learn more. 


Who We Work With


Nutritionists

Medical Practitioners

Registered Dieticians

Online Nutritionist

You are a wealth of knowledge, put what you know about food, herbal medicine, supplements and nutrition to work in a post. Write about supplements, how to optimize the functioning of the body, the importance of specific foods, herbs and spices or holistic living.

Doctor

Share your knowledge of the human body, how to combat illness and improve overall health and well-being. Educate our readers on the of taking care of their body, what to do when the risk of disease increases and how to integrate Western Medicine with eating and living healthy. 

Dietician

Share your understand how food affects the body and overall health. As a dietitians you help optimize health through diet, prevent or manage disease through nutrition interventions, and help others attain their health and wellness goals.