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Articles & Recipe Submissions

Please send all submissions to newsletter@nutritionstudies.org

Article Guidelines

Here’s How:

  • A well-written, original and nicely edited piece.
  • A word count range from 400-1,200.
  • Where appropriate please include citations, using the style manual you prefer (APA, MLA, etc.).
  • If you like you may include a summary and title. Not required.
  • We welcome your scientific articles, nutrition pieces, stories of personal or professional transformation (including the impact of the Certificate Program, The China Study, Whole etc.)
  • We will review and reserve the right to edit prior to publishing.
  • Please include an Author Bio (see below).

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Recipe Guidelines

Here’s How:

  • Recipes must be original in order to adhere to copyright laws.
  • All recipes must be whole food, plant-based, minimally processed and oil free.
    • Please no refined white flour. No refined white sugar. No honey. No oil. Salt optional.
  • Please send an attachment (size large) picture of the prepared dish.
    • Good lighting and plating make a difference.
    • Landscape view is preferred, not required.
  • Please include:
    • an ingredient list with (US) amounts
    • the preparation time and cook times.
    • total number of servings.
    • nutrition facts if available, not required.
  • We welcome any descriptive comments about the recipe such as ‘I enjoy making this on a busy workday’.
  • We will review and reserve the right to edit prior to publishing.
  • Please include an Author Bio (see below).

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Author Bio

Here’s How:

  • A brief bio (about 100 words).
  • You can include up to 2 links to your websites or social networks.
  • We will review and reserve the right to edit prior to publishing.
  • Please include a headshot as an attachment.

 

The submission of articles and recipes does not guarantee publication. We reserve the right to edit and use submitted articles, stories or recipes at any time in our newsletter, or on our website.