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The Rainbow Program

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A Balanced Spectrum

The natural color of food gives us the full rainbow spectrum. This antioxidant rich program of whole foods will help you to love healthy food.

This holistic approach makes nutrition practical, defines what to buy at the grocery store and how to minimize allergic reactions to foods by consuming them in their whole natural state in all colors, successful in graduating the patient to a healthful lifestyle. Discover how to substitute food colorings for the benefit of naturally colored foods, providing a balanced rainbow to the body and to the palate.

Use the Rainbow Program in support groups, health food stores, hospital programs or counseling. It works well with both children and adults, and is designed to cross language and cultural barriers.

Tea Renaissance

In the Rainbow Program we encourage you to drink as many as seven cups of herbal tea a day. This will help your body to detox and cleanse. It will also help regulate your acid-alkaline balance. Teas provide trace amounts of many nutrients and botanical active ingredients. More than that, they provide color in its natural wavelengths. Listed below are the herbs in their color groups. You can buy these teas in bags or in bulk. Try your local health food store.

Teas by Color

Circulatory (red) conditions: hawthorn, rosemary, paprika, cinnamon

Pancreatic (orange) conditions: curcumin, dried orange, ginseng

Lymphatic (yellow) conditions: ginger, citrus peels, goldenseal

Liver (green) conditions: TCM herbs, nettles, basil, marjoram, thyme, peppermint

Respiratory (blue) conditions: blueberry, eucalyptus, spearmint

Muscular (purple) conditions: lavender, dried flowers, dried fruits

Digestive (brown) conditions: slippery elm bark, marshmallow

Adrenal/ kidney (black) conditions: gotu kola, feverfew, milk thistle seed, black cohosh, siberian ginseng

Cerebral/skeletal (white) conditions: dandelion, burdock, horsetail, ginkgo

Immune (clear) conditions: aloe vera, gums, psyllium, astragalus, echinacea

Reproductive (pink) conditions: red clover, red raspberry, rose, rosehip