May featured post for YOUR site, and April health articles


May featured post for YOUR site, and April health articles


april health articles


As I get further and further down the road of health writing and science-based content creation, I’ve noticed something.

Not only do I really love it (I love researching and writing), but I also love saving my clients from doing this work if they don’t love it as much as I do.

I mean, we all enjoy doing different things. Every one of us has a “zone of genius.” And even though I’ve been practicing health writing for decades (since university), I’ve been practicing blog writing for the past few years. Needless to say, writing blog articles for the general public is quite different from writing science papers for professors or fellow scientists. It’s more personable. It’s more casual.

And it sure suits me more!

I often felt like the lone “hippie” in the corporate healthcare product world. That person who doesn’t want to be the director. Who doesn’t want to go to meetings. Who hates wearing “business casual” because man, that’s just NOT casual enough for me.

I feel that writing health articles for online wellness websites is the absolute best of both worlds.

I definitely don’t need to speak “science” or “corporate” any more, just English. Yes, I love translating the crazy-ass medical journal language of health science. Sometimes I’ll read an article slowly and out loud to make sure I’m actually getting what the authors are saying. #ilovemedicaljargon

Here’s a question for you: Since we’ve all heard that “correlation does not equal causation,” what exactly does that mean? How would you determine that from reading a study published in PubMed? And what types of health recommendations would you make, based on that study’s results? Let me know in the comments.

Bonus points if you know what nociceptive means off the top of your head (I’ve been reading some studies on nociception this week)! 🙂

Either way, this is NOT a competition. As I said earlier, we all have our interests and strengths. This just happens to be mine. It also makes me greatly respect those nutritionists, personal trainers and health coaches who love coaching clients to better health. I’m not embarrassed to say that I don’t miss that part of my training and business. I’ve accepted and embraced the fact that I’m an information-person far more than a people-person.

So if you’d like to borrow my “science brain” for your health blog, I welcome you to do it! See the health posts I have on sale below, the rest are for sale at this link. At the bottom of that page is a link to book a content call with me if you don’t see the topic you want.

Cheers! To wellness industry partnerships with the vision of better health for all! 🙂



May’s featured health posts for YOUR site


Want a week (or two) off from creating content this month?


For the last week of every month I choose four done-for-you pre-written blog articles that I have for sale. Then I set up a simple survey so that you can vote for which one you want to be featured. The article with the most votes goes on sale for the entire next month.

These are already researched, written and edited (you can read the introductions and click on each of the references to check them out).

Each one has taken me 4-8 hours to create, so I’m saving you TIME (and letting you borrow my “science brain”)!

Then on the first of the month, you can see which one got the most votes and just buy it, download it to your computer, and upload it to your blog as your own content.

Easy peasy.

And waaay less time than creating a post from scratch!

You can even add your own image, personalize it a bit, and BOOM a brand-spanking new blog post in almost no time for just CAD$17. Some people love that the articles are so long and detailed that they break them up into two week’s worth of content on their site!

For May, it was a tie! Yup, two done-for-you health articles are on sale for just CAD$17 this month.


may featured health articles


They are:

Just click on the titles to read the introduction and see all of the scientific references. 🙂



April’s Published Articles


Here are the health articles I’ve authored on other websites in April (so you can see how my articles would sound on your site)




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April’s NEW “done for you” pre-written articles


You can buy and upload these to your health and wellness website in minutes

Here’s a link to all of the done for you pre-written posts for your perusal.


Signing off and toasting: To more awesome health content for the internet!



Leesa Klich, is a health writer and content strategist for busy wellness professionals; specializing in custom and pre-written content. She translates the science of health and wellness into understandable and fun articles.

How can you make your blog support your business goals? Strategize! Click here to download a copy of Leesa’s personal Content Strategy Calendar (no opt-in required).

You can also download a free supplement resource for your clients “Before you buy another supplement – read this!” It contains 8 expert tips, with a focus on Canadian law. You can edit it and brand it as you like.

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Need an awesome piece of scientifically-referenced content for your health and wellness website? You can check out some samples in my portfolio here, instantly download (and upload to your website) some pre-written “done for you” posts here, or if you’re ready for professionally written content customized for your business, click here.


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