When the body is treated from a holistic perspective, healing emanates from the inside out. Natural remedies provoke a cure by balancing and supporting the body's own efforts to heal itself.
Herbs and essential oils are gentle in balancing and restoring the body to its natural state.
Emotional and physical symptoms are more easily resolved when correct nutrition is applied.
REMEDY AND OIL BY COLOR
ORGANS BY COLOR
Gold: Adrenal glands
Silver: Thyroid gland
Bronze: Pituitary gland
Copper: Gonadal glands
Yellow: Lymph system
Clear: Immune system
Pink: Reproductive system
Chocolate: Small Intestine
Navy: Hair & nails
Dark Green: Detox System
Cream: Nervous System
Crimson: Red blood cell
Sunshine: Arms & legs
Light Blue: Pharynx
Fuchsia: Mouth, tongue, throat
Steel: Hands & Feet
Magenta: Mammary glands
Mauve: Bodily fluids
COLOR and oil:
Green: Clary Sage
Dark Green: Oregano
Light Blue: Licorice
Moss: Holy basil
Opal: Ylang ylang
Steel: Petit Grain
Sunset: Tea tree
Buy local organic produce in season. Buy food in its whole natural state, as it was grown. Cook whole foods lightly, using fresh herbs and spices, with cold pressed oils such as olive to enhance the flavor.
Read the list of whole foods and decide what to purchase based on your taste. The more whole foods you try, the more you will become accustomed to cooking and preparing them, and your health will blossom: you will lose weight, look vibrant, and have more energy to exercise.
Your diet will be naturally high in soluble fiber and contain the saccharides and polysaccharides necessary for cellular communication and immune function if you select from the CLEAR group each day: also consume beans, gums, psyllium, sea vegetables, oats and oat bran, brown rice and rice bran.
Select a food from each color group on a daily basis, to get all the vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidants needed for a strong constitution. Colors must be balanced to prevent cancer according to the latest medical studies, including beta-carotene and lycopene so be sure to include a food of each color group every day.
We encourage you to exchange food colorings in refined foods for a food of the same color from this list.
Rainbow Foods List
black Panda licorice, black beans, olives, pepper.
Brown: barley, spelt, kamut, amaranth, quinoa, teff,
oats, brown rice, buckwheat, whole wheat,
rye, unsweetened hot and cold cereal,
Orange: orange and brown lentils, aduki beans,
black-eyed peas, split peas, yams, squash, oranges,
Red: ground turkey, wild salmon, buffalo meat, lamb,
cherries, pomegranate, cranberries, apples, tomatoes,
White: goat and cow milk and cheeses
almond and rice cheese; sesame seeds, tahini, white rice;
almond, oat, or rice milk; whey powder, chicken, white fish,millet, tofu, soy.
Blue: blueberries, bilberries,
blue corn chips, plums, prunes, yogurt.
salad greens, romaine, artichoke, kale, avocado.
macadamia nut butter, cashew, hazelnut, or almond,
sesame butter, sunflower seed butter;
extra-virgin olive oil, quinoa, corn,
raw butter, coconut butter, lecithin, hemp seed oil, pineapple, bananas.
Purple: grapes, grape juice, raisins, eggplant, purple cabbage.
The Rainbow Program Seminars
You can use The Rainbow Program in naturopathic clinics, support groups, health food stores, hospital programs or counseling. It works well with both children and adults, and is designed to cross language barriers.
For seminars or workshops on healthy eating and free grocery store tours on shopping by the rainbow and other topics, contact licensed nutritionist Emily Isaacson, CHN.