Write for Us Vegan, Nutrition, Health, & Fitness Guest Blog Posts

If you have something valuable to offer, you can still send a pitch, but we’re not promoting products at the moment. We are looking for contributors who can assist us in our mission to ‘make going vegan as easy and enjoyable for everyone‘. Part of this mission is delivering engaging and thought-provoking content in the form of written & visual media. If you are interested in being part of this movement in Australia we welcome you to apply.

 

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It’s easy and we are keen to receive high quality articles. Even if you define yourself as a photographer, a poet or a social media guru, we still need you! We appreciate the time you spend supporting our cause and adding your talents to what we have built.

You can provide us with as much as you would like to. If you’re unsure about the type of content you need, simply let us know on the intake form and we’ll handle the rest. After you place your order you will be redirected to an intake form where you can let us know a bit more about your company. We are always open to featuring new and experienced writers and contributors with the talent and passion for telling inspiring stories about the most amazing cities in the world, with a focus on vegan and vegetarian travel. I’m looking for writers who are capable of delivering at least two articles each and every week. There will be opportunities for more work than this, but you will not be required to write more than two articles per week if you do not wish to.

We will follow your directions and ensure we conduct adequate research on your company and its competitors. We take care of all your content needs on a monthly basis. Get all your content delivered and planned ahead of time. Please use this form to best describe what you would like to contribute and an article or feature. If you’re interested, please submit the contact form below explaining your blog pitch. Also consider sports guest post opportunities with our sister blog, Better Triathlete.

We can’t pay for you to share your passion via the Vegan Life platform, but you’ll be inspiring us and others, and grow your own name and brand as you do so. Vegan Life magazine has become the UK’s favourite vegan monthly since its launch back in 2014. The nation’s first newsstand vegan title covers more than a meat and dairy-free diet, encompassing everything from food, health and nutrition through to sustainable fashion, art, environmentalism and activism. Winner of Vegfest Best Vegan Magazine for five years running, our readership now spans much of the world, from America to Australia, and most countries in between.

Participants assigned to the vegan diet were asked to eat brown rice, favor low-glycemic index foods (e.g., legumes, legumes-based foods, green vegetables, and seaweed), and avoid polished/white rice, processed food made of rice flour or wheat flour, and all animal food products. Portions, calories, and frequency of meals were not restricted. The inclusion of individuals older than age of 60 in this trial, and in the majority of vegetarian trials mentioned in the meta-analysis above, supports recommending plant-based diets to all age groups with type 2 diabetes, including older adults. In their 2017 “Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes,” the ADA states that a variety of eating patterns are acceptable for the management of type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes, including Mediterranean, DASH, and plant-based diets. These guidelines recommend carbohydrate intake from legumes, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and dairy products, with an emphasis on nutrient-dense, high-fiber, low-glycemic load foods.

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