Amely Greeven


Amely Greeven is a writer, editor, and creative collaborator. She works with visionaries and companies at the leading edge of the shift toward greater health, sustainability, and consciousness.

An expert in wellness and personal sustainability, her latest book collaboration is A Bold Return to Giving a Damn: One Farm, Six Generations, and the Future of Food (Viking Press, 2023) written with Will Harris III, the iconoclastic owner of the pioneering regenerative farm White Oak Pastures. She is the co-author with Dr Alejandro Junger of the New York Times bestseller, Clean: The Revolutionary Program to Restore Your Body’s Natural Ability to Heal Itself (HarperCollins), which has sold over 700,000 copies worldwide and launched a decade-long book franchise.

Amely has a special interest in supporting women through every stage of their life. Drawing off her knowledge of traditional medicines and practices of self-development, she co-created the best-selling book, The First 40 Days: The Essential Art of Nourishing the New Mother (Abrams), a guide to post-partum care for the new mother that brought time-honored Eastern wisdom to a modern Western audience. Its success spawned two companion tomes, Awakening Fertility: The Essential Art of Preparing for Pregnancy and Nine Golden Months: The Essential Art of Caring for the Mother-to-Be, which together have opened a doorway into a more supported and enriching experience of mothering for modern times.

Amely has written books for yogi Hilaria Baldwin (Rodale), wellness guru Mariel Hemingway (HarperCollins) and major healthy living companies such as NYC’s original juicing brand, Juice Generation. Today, she continues to develop relationships with, and write about, some of the leading voices in health, beauty, nutrition, and self-care as the Senior Beauty Editor for luxury wellness magazine The Purist. Born to an English mother and half-Chilean father, Amely was raised in London, UK, and educated at Brown University, where she majored in Modern Culture and Media and graduated Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa.