9 Best WordPress Themes for Health and Fitness Blogs

Are you a health blogger?

Do you think it’s hard to find WordPress themes that blend with your niche?

You are wrong!

If you devote some time for research, you can find out a lot of themes.

Still, a question remains to be answered. Are all they worth it?

No! You have to be a real geek to spot out every flaw in a theme. Sometimes, you can’t choose a theme even though there are no flaws because it simply doesn’t fit for your blog.

That’s why you need this article. I have collected some of the best themes for you. 

Best WordPress Themes for Health Blog 

I know how tedious it is to land on the perfect WordPress theme given that there are thousands of them. The following are the best themes I found to be useful for health blogs. 

#1. Medico 

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If you want to proclaim what you are into by using your blog design only, you must consider buying Medico.

The theme includes special sections for blog posts, news, and portfolio. You can even add an exclusive shop section on your site using Medico theme.

The developer has integrated an elegant contact form into the theme code that you won’t have to use a third-party plugin for the same purpose.

Unlimited sliders support, price table generator, and visual shortcode creators are three unique features you get with this theme.

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#2. Divi 

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Divi is not really a dedicated theme for health blogs. Instead, it is a multipurpose WordPress theme, which you can customize according to your needs.

The best feature of Divi is the page builder you get with it. The drag and drop builder can create an elegant page out of nowhere.

The fully responsive theme comes with a few layouts. You can customize them to fit your niche quite easily as well. In reality, you can create any type of design using the editor once you get the hang of it.

You can use the same theme for your websites of other niches also if you have any.

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#3. Wellness 

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Wellness theme actually worth four separate themes because it has four different skins to choose from.

The column based design allows you to have unlimited layouts. The developer has included a theme customizer for the coding novices not to get their hands dirty with CSS codes.

Just like Medico, this theme also gives you an eye-catching contact form. Not to mention, Wellness is fully optimized for mobile-friendliness. 

If you like to translate your WordPress theme to have backend options in your preferred language, choosing this one will be beneficial for you as it has MO/PO files required for the translation.

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#4. Fit&Thin

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Do you have a blog on weight loss? Then, I can’t recommend another one than Fit& Thin from Template Monster. 

The theme is specially developed for blogs on weight loss. Beneath the elegant navigation bar, you can see a slider on the demo theme. Nonetheless, you can alter the position and behavior of the same from the admin panel. 

The theme includes well over 600 Google fonts for the complete customization. The additional widgets for commenting and social sharing eliminate the needs for third-party plugins.

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#5. Healthflex 

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Healthflex is a multipurpose health theme. You can use the same theme for different subsidiaries under health category. The theme can fit well for health blog, store and a doctor’s site.

You get Visual Composer plugin with this theme. The same with flexible shortcodes ease the process of making your blog fully functional.

Healthflex includes inbuilt support for WooCommerce, Contact form 7 and Mailchimp. Moreover, the availability of unlimited color variations helps you rebrand your site within a couple of minutes.

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#6. Magazine Pro 

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If you don’t care about those fascinating color schemes and image sliders, you should really have a look at this simple theme from StudioPress. Anyone can use the theme irrespective of their niche.

The theme includes four different color styles along with six layout options. Unlike most of the themes mentioned here, Magazine Pro has two navigation menus; one fixed and another one dynamic.

Magazine Pro is faster than you may think. This theme along with a cache plugin can do wonders when it comes to loading speed.

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#7. Karma 

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Karma is yet another suitable plugin for health blogs, which comes with five premium plugins including Visual Composer, Karma Builder, and Revolution Slider.

 The theme provides you with about 30 different color schemes. You don’t have to install a dedicated SEO plugin as they have integrated All-in-One SEO right into the theme.

Karma is pre-translated into 13 different languages. And, its powerful admin panel includes some advanced options to power up your site for better performance.

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#8. Newspaper 

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If you have been on WordPress for a while now, I hope you might have heard about this theme.

Just like #2 shared here, Newspaper also is a multipurpose theme. You can make it fit any topic using Visual Composer plugin you get free of cost. 

The developing team has added codes for optimizations like lazy load effect. Means you can eliminate a third-party plugin.

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#9. HealthPress

HealthPress Health and Medical WordPress Theme
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Last but not the least in this list of best WordPress themes for health blog is HealthPress. You get multiple templates for the homepage, testimonials, services, gallery, etc. The custom-made widgets help you ads, contact forms, appointments, and newsletters.

The appointment forms are of four types, out of which you can choose the one that suits your blog. You can also play with the theme colors if you want. 

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Wrapping Up 

The nine themes I have shared aren’t the only WP themes for a health blog. When it comes to selecting one, you feel intimidated by the number of choices. That’s why I have streamlined the number to nine.

If you are a professional blogger with multiple blogs, I recommend going with either Divi or Newspaper as both of them will be an asset for your upcoming projects as well.

Or else, you can choose any one from the nine.

What do you think of the themes I have shared here? Do you have any other option? Don’t forget to jot down your thoughts in the comment section down below.

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  1. Vishal Fulwani says:

    Hello Ankit,

    You cover very good and responsive themes for health and fitness blogs. but i want to know that which theme you’re using currently. I like your current theme.