Allison Miller

Content Producer,
New Hope Natural Media
Results from our poll: Would you eat bugs?
Is insect-based protein the next big trend in sustainability, or a novelty the general public will never stomach? Check out the results of our poll.
Natural initiatives for Veteran's Day 2014
From organic farming programs to supplements for soldiers and service dogs, here are several easy ways to give back to veterans this year.
[Infographic] Best herbs and supplements for stress relief
Tired of living in the Age of Anxiety? Try one of these gentle, non-addictive remedies.
This week in natural living: September 12
This week: Potassium lowers stroke risk in women, why fat is not the enemy, the American soda habit costs 12,000 steps, and more.
This week in natural living: September 5
This week: Wine and exercise team up to fight heart disease, 21 fish you can now eat guilt-free, crowdfunding sustainable agriculture, and more.
7 flavorful heirloom tomatoes
After sinking your teeth into a juicy heirloom tomato picked at the peak of harvest season, it’s hard to go back to conventional types. Here are 7 of the most popular heirloom tomato varieties—and how best to use them in your recipes.
This week in natural living: August 22
Doctors raise concerns about Apple's new Health app, breakfast might be overrated, San Francisco offers tax incentives for urban farming, and more.
Harvest time at Muir Glen Organic
Here’s a peek behind-the-scenes of one of the largest organic tomato processing operations in the world, and a big-picture example of sustainability in action.
This week in natural living: August 15
Genetically edited crops as an alternative to GMOs, how exercise increases pain tolerance, solving the gluten-free pizza problem, and more.
This week in natural living: August 8
Curcumin is as effective as Prozac in treating depression, tart cherry juice helps insomnia, Massachusetts initiates a commercial food waste ban, and more.
The surprising truth about food insecurity in America
The face of hunger in America doesn’t look the same as it once did. Many working families can’t afford groceries, or simply don’t have access to nutritious food. What's being done about it? Read on.
This week in natural living: August 1
Tree nuts may protect heart health, more of Florida’s citrus groves are going organic, scientists have embarked on a Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative to decipher the world beneath our feet, and more.
A better way to fight citrus greening
What is citrus greening, and why is it such a threat to America's organic growers? Find out what's being done to save organic citrus, and how you can help.
This week in natural living: July 25
Organics win in taste and health, rosemary and oregano may help fight diabetes, olives could be drought-stricken California's next major crop, and more.
National Pollinator Week: June 16–22, 2014
In honor of National Pollinator Week, it’s time to not only celebrate the pollinators that are so essential to our collective well-being, but also take action to save them.
Search Recipes
Search our full collection of recipes by entering a recipe name or ingredient

Free Guide: Beauty from Within

Natural Beauty.. from the inside out

Free Guide: Kids' Health

Stress-Less Guide to Kids' Health

Free Guide: Supplement Safety

Are My Supplements Safe?

Connect With Us
Award Winners

2014 Best Bite Winners

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×