Dr. Scot Lewey – Author Spotlight

Dr. Scot LeweyThe Author Spotlight this week shines on Dr. Scot Lewey, “The Food Doc.” One of the primary reasons Dr. Lewey was chosen this week was the creative use of his professional photo gallery. Instead of the normal larger head shots or poses, Dr. Lewey has used his professional gallery as a graphical display of his medical specialty and to a certain extent visual prop for his topic matter. While not a big fan of the surgery shows on the Discover Channel and such that show the inner workings of the human body, I had no problem “stomaching” (huge pun intended) his gallery and it made me want to delve into his articles when I saw these photos come in.

We often talk about finding your niche in article writing and Dr. Lewey has definitely done this, using his medical speciality and expertise as the subject matter of his articles. As the father of two young boys with food allergy and GI issues, I personally found his articles very interesting.

From an EzineArticles stand point I loved his articles because they’re well put together, a classic Resource Box and good submission quality.

Two lessons to take from Dr. Lewey’s articles and author spotlight: Be creative in your use of the EzineArticles.com tools presented for you and if you’re having trouble finding your article writing niche or topics to write articles on, find that one thing you excel in or enjoy the most and you’ll have found your niche.


Lance Winslow writes:

Ha Ha Ha, Good Choice Wally, you know I have read some of the Good Doctors articles, you can learn a lot from his stuff. Excellent choice indeed. His articles are informative and fun to read too.

Comment provided October 13, 2006 at 1:34 AM


Ed Howes writes:

Wally is batting 1000 with his spotlight picks. At first I thought this might have been a walk but I read a number of Food Dpc’s articles in an effort to learn what Celiac disease is in layperson terms. In so doing I discovered one more M.D. (Mad Doctor?) who has made the connection between diet and disease and gives us some insight into the traditional medical education which leaves most doctors ignorant of this connection. In addition Dr. Lewey has continued his personal education to the point of seeing the mind – body connection almost totally ignored in the medical profession. Congratulations on this achievement doc., as well as this spotlight. You are bringing some honor and credibility to a profession which has become as shoddy as politics.

Comment provided October 15, 2006 at 10:53 AM



Well done! Worthy of “feature” recognition.

Comment provided September 25, 2012 at 7:01 PM


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