August 6, 2014
Last Updated:
March 4, 2021

Integrative Nutrition Grad Arielle Haspel Debuts New Cooking Show!

The possibilities for what you can do as a Health Coach are endless. One of the best examples is IIN graduate Arielle Haspel, who has translated her education into a thriving career as a Health Coach, nutrition and lifestyle expert, recipe developer, speaker, spokesperson, and—as of a few days ago—regular TV host!

Last Friday, the debut episode of Arielle’s new cooking show premiered on Glamour magazine’s website. “Treat Yourself” will feature Arielle demonstrating her very own healthy, delicious, and fun recipes, walking you through each step so that you can enjoy them at home. Check out her first episode for Guilt-free Kiwi Lime Pie. If it’s any indication of what’s to follow, we cannot wait for the next episode!

This isn’t the first time that Arielle has inspired us with her success. Shortly after graduating from Integrative Nutrition, she launched jeWELLry, a line of handcrafted jewelry meant to provide people with wearable reminders that we are each worthy of love.  

From designing jewelry to whipping up desserts onscreen, it seems like the sky’s the limit for this fabulous grad. Check out the Treat Yourself trailer, and be sure to visit or Be Well with Arielle each Friday so you don’t miss an episode.

What are your goals? Let us know in the comments below!

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