Jolene Hart

Beauty Is Wellness | Health Coach

Today I’m a Beauty & Health Coach, certified by the world’s foremost school for holistic health, NYC’s Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. I’m also a co-founder of the Nutritional Aesthetics Alliance, an educational organization formed to advance an integrative approach to healthy skin. I teach women to become their healthiest, most beautiful selves inside and outside by addressing beauty and health concerns ranging from acne to weight gain to low energy and nutrition for healthy aging. Through my coaching practice, Beauty Is Wellness, I educate women about the powerful connection between nutrition and beauty, and teach them how to eat for beauty each and every day with beautifying recipes and cooking instruction. I’m so excited to share my international bestseller Eat Pretty, its companion journal Eat Pretty, Live Well— and my book of 365 daily inspirations for beauty called Eat Pretty Every Day!

In my career I’ve contributed to wellness and lifestyle publications including Organic Spa, InStyle, Prevention, Yoga Journal, Allure, Delicious Living, The Chalkboard Mag, Mind Body Green, Allrecipes magazine, Shape, Good Housekeeping, Elle.com, Dr. Oz’s YouBeauty.com, Philadelphia Style, Healing Lifestyles & Spas, and The Huffington Post‘s Healthy Living section. Read along with my Beauty Is Wellness blog to learn more about my passion: the link between inner health and outer beauty, and the impact that our daily health and wellbeing have on our appearance. I promise to inspire you with ways to look and feel your best every day!

Sardines and Garlic

The Top 7 Unlikely Beauty Foods

Don’t you love finding beauty in the most unlikely of places? Sometimes beauty lies in the most unlikely of places: in a messy, bed-head hairdo, a smoky smear of eye makeup, or the flush in your cheeks after a hard workout. Beauty isn’t perfection; sometimes it’s even more compelling when it’s unconventional. Along those same lines, I’ve found that some of the foods that make us look and feel our most beautiful are, well, … downright ugly, stinky and pungent. Not all of nature’s beauty foods are as pretty and sweet as raspberries and pomegranates. Check out my list of the seven unlikeliest foods that make your skin, nails and hair quite beautiful. I try to eat them as regularly as possible- and make sure to brush twice afterward!