Clean Eating doesn’t follow health food trends, choosing instead to stick to its own pre-established standards, found here, on what constitutes clean eating.
The site itself posts a lot of recipes that hew to those principles, but what editors would like to see from freelancers are pitches within the realm of service journalism. Bonus points if it’s service journalism in list form.
[Web editor Jennifer] Davis-Flynn is primarily seeking service-driven pieces for the blog that cover the broader topics of lifestyle, health and wellness. “I’d love to find someone who is great at writing attention-grabbing listicles,” she noted. So think along the lines of: “10 Ways to Get More Protein Into Your Diet,” “5 Ways to Reduce Stress at Work” or “5 Ways to Reduce Emotional Eating.” Blog posts should range from 500 to 1,000 words.
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