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Our business training empowers graduates to start their health coaching practices and so much more. Check out the variety of successful products and businesses our grads have launched.
Terry WaltersClean Food and Clean StartTerrywalters.netClass of 2001
Terry Walters, the author of CLEAN FOOD and CLEAN START, is dedicated to making sustainable good health both easy and delicious. Terry shares her passion and shows us how simple it is to get on the path to eating clean and enjoying good health, for yourself, for your family and for the environment.
Jared KochClean Plates NYCCleanplatesnyc.comClass of 2005
Eating out doesn’t have to be unhealthy! Clean Plates NYC is an essential guide to the healthiest and tastiest restaurants in Manhattan. This handy book features restaurants serving local, organic, sustainable and delicious food.
Alex JamiesonLiving Vegan for DummiesAmazon.comClass of 2004
Alex Jamieson, featured in the documentary Super Size Me, is the author of Living Vegan for Dummies. This practical guide explains how to create a balanced, nutritious vegan diet.
Arielle FiermanJeWELLryBewellwitharielle.comClass of 2008
Arielle’s signature “iloveme” collection reminds wearers to open their hearts to love and take care of themselves. All Be Well with Arielle jeWELLry is made of recycled metal, energized with reiki, hand-stamped with ‘iloveme’ and made in New York City with love.
Allison Lubert and Heather EspositoSweet Freedom BakerySweetfreedombakery.comClass of 2007
Allison Lubert and Heather Esposito opened Sweet Freedom Bakery, Philadelphia’s first and only completely gluten-free, vegan (dairy-free, egg-free), soy-free, corn-free, peanut-free, refined sugar-free bakery. Customers enjoy an allergy-free, healthier alternative to dessert.
Bianca BeldiniArganicaArganicaoil.comClass of 2010
Pure argan oil is the basis of all Arganica’s products which comes directly from women’s cooperatives. The rest of the ingredients are 100% pure and made without any synthetic chemicals, parabens or petrochemicals. Each product is prepared by hand in small batches making Arganica a truly artisanal beauty brand.
Jennifer McKinleyKingston Natural FoodsKingstonnaturalfoods.comClass of 2002
Jennifer McKinley opened Kingston Natural Food Market, with the mission to educate the community on the benefits of supporting businesses that embrace the concepts of clean food and ecologically sustainable farming practices. The market offers local and organic produce, fresh breads, dairy products, household items, cooking supplies and much more.
Jeannette BessingerGreat Expectations: Best Food for Your Baby and ToddlerRealfoodmoms.com|Class 2004
Great Expectations: Best Food for Your Baby and Toddler is the first book of its kind to address obesity prevention from the cradle. This authoritative and comprehensive guide covers all aspects of feeding a baby from birth through age three—from breastfeeding through toddler food preparation, and includes over 150 kid-tested recipes.
Amanda MaytoLiveby[apparel]Tolivebyapparel.comClass of 2010
One person standing behind a few simple words of unbiased truth can produce a movement. toLiveby encourages a more sustainable, healthy future for the Earth and all of her inhabitants. The products are made with the highest quality organic, recycled, and socially responsible materials, whenever possible.
Carly BrienPressed JuiceryPressedjuicery.comClass of 2009
Pressed Juicery aims to cut through the confusion and condescension of so many health trends and get to the point: our bodies require vital nutrients to function at their optimal levels, and the quickest and most natural way to get them is through fresh juice.
Elizabeth SteinPurely ElizabethPurelyelizabeth.comClass of 2008
Elizabeth Stein launched Purely Elizabeth, a line of all-natural and organic foods and baking mixes using nutritious alternative grains and superfood seeds, free of sugar, dairy, wheat and gluten.
Jennifer Love and Heather KenzieNibmorNibmor.comClass of 2009
Jennifer Love and Heather Kenzie teamed up to create Nibmor. Their organic chocolate has no refined sugar, dairy, gluten or GMO. They make small batches to ensure perfection. The result? A simple, healthy and delicious chocolate bar.
Justin BaumgartnerLaughing GiraffeThelaughinggiraffe.comClass of 2006
Laughing Giraffe Organics provides healthy snack foods that are made from the finest organic ingredients. Because their products are made from real unprocessed foods, they are extremely rich in nutritional value. Small amounts will satisfy your snack needs more than “empty calorie” snack foods.
Laura BaldwinGarden in The KoopInthekoop.comClass of 2009
Laura Baldwin is the creator of Garden in The Koop, the incredible, edible garden in a box. Garden In The Koop offers a full line of organic gardening kits, that come complete with everything you’ll need for your gardening – seeds, planting medium, planters and step-by-step instructions.