6 Health Blog Success Stories [2024]

Updated: November 1st, 2023
Start A Health Blog

A health blog covers ways to live a healthier lifestyle through proper dieting and general information on common health conditions.

To start a health blog, choose a blogging platform that offers customizable templates and pick a reliable hosting platform. Since health is a wide area, you may choose a particular niche or opt to generalize your blog. Then, select a relevant blog name and register the domain.

Finally, brainstorm blog topics, create an editorial calendar, and start writing your first blog. You can earn money through affiliate marketing or promoting your health-focused merchandise or products.

Here are some real life success stories of starting a health blog:

1. Fit Healthy Momma ($240K/year)

How much they make: $240K/year
Current team size: 2


How a New Blogger Went from Zero to $200/day in a Year

Fit Healthy Momma is a case study about a blogger who started in late 2019 and in less than a year, went from being a freelance writer to earning more than $200 per day from affiliate sales, creating a space for real, legitimate information on reviews of the best D2C fitness and health brands.

Tami started Fit Healthy Momma over 4 years ago
Tami grew the business to $20K/month
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Learn more about starting a health blog:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start a health blog?
-> Pros and cons of a health blog

Need inspiration?

-> Examples of established health blog
-> Marketing ideas for a health blog

Other resources

-> Health blog tips

2. Clean Eating Kitchen ($240K/year)

Carrie developed the business idea while experimenting with a vegan diet and seeking connection in an online community.

How much they make: $240K/year
How much did it cost to start: $3.5K
Current team size: 0


My Blog Makes $20K/Month Sharing Recipes For Women Recovering From Chronic Health Issues

Carrie Forrest's food and wellness blog, Clean Eating Kitchen, gets 650,000 page views per month and earns a monthly revenue of $20,000 through ads, sponsored posts, and affiliate income; her success has been tied to her use of SEO and educational background to stand out in an oversaturated niche.

Carrie started Clean Eating Kitchen almost 15 years ago
Carrie grew the business to $20K/month
It cost Carrie $3500 to start the business
Read by 3,825 founders

3. Pulling Curls ($192K/year)

Hilary Erickson, a nurse and mom, started the website Pulling Curls as a "mommy blog" in 2005 to supplement her family's income. In 2016, she launched the first of her online courses, The Online Prenatal Class for Couples, which has become one of the top-recommended prenatal classes with hundreds of positive reviews. Erickson has self-funded the business and uses targeted SEO and Pinterest to attract customers.

How much they make: $192K/year
How much did it cost to start: $0
Current team size: 2


How I Transformed My Mom Blog Into A $192K/Year Course For Families

Hilary Erickson created Pulling Curls, a mommy blog, in 2005 and has since added three successful online courses resulting in an average income of $16k/month through ad, affiliate, and course sales.

Hilary started Pulling Curls about 19 years ago
Hilary grew the business to $16K/month
Read by 2,462 founders

4. Life Boost Nutrition ($12K/year)

Alexandra Ng, the founder of Life Boost Nutrition, came up with the idea for her business after witnessing her grandfather struggle with bone health issues. She realized there was a lack of easily accessible, reliable information about supplements and nutritional strategies for the aging population. With her background in digital media and marketing, she decided to fill this information gap by launching LifeBoostNutrition.com, a digital platform offering comprehensive reviews of health supplements and guidance on maintaining physical and mental health.

How much they make: $12K/year
How much did it cost to start: $3K
Current team size: 2


How My Health Blog Makes $1K/Month Through Ad Placements

Founder Alexandra Ng built Life Boost Nutrition, a digital platform offering health supplement reviews and guidance on physical and mental health, with a team of freelance writers, focusing on SEO to attract traffic and advertisers, resulting in a profitable business with a consistently growing reader base, plans for expansion, and positive feedback from readers.

Alexandra started Life Boost Nutrition over 1 year ago
Alexandra grew the business to $1K/month
It cost Alexandra $3000 to start the business
Read by 1,057 founders