Get Dr. Deanna Minich’s 55-page comprehensive health guide, The Rainbow Diet, and learn the physical and energetic properties of foods through their colors!
Download your FREE guide on food energy below. You’ll also save a FREE seat for Encore Weekend at the Body Electric Summit, October 19-20!
The Rainbow Diet was designed by nutritionist, Dr. Deanna Minich, not as a quick fix, but as a new approach to food, eating and your life.
Rather than depleting and depriving, it’s life-giving and nourishing.
Rather than being about rules, it’s freeing you into the flow of you.
Did you know: every food and nutrient has a “color code.”
The Rainbow Diet is a comprehensive holistic health guide that helps you to understand the physical and energetic properties of foods through their colors.
When you eat food according to their “colors,” you’ll begin to live a more colorful, radiant, vibrant life!
The Rainbow Diet includes:
- A holistic, novel system to understanding foods and dietary supplements
- An organized framework to align your body, psychology, eating and living
- A personalized questionnaire to help identify and tackle individual health concerns
- Recipes and daily activities to help you heal and flourish
- Guidance to ensure you stick to you goals
When you download this guide, you’ll also save a seat for Encore Weekend at the free, online Body Electric Summit taking place October 19-20, 2019 — over 30 experts teaching you about energy, frequency and vibrational healing!
Meet your Hosts
Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD
Dr. Klinghardt studied medicine and psychology in Freiburg, Germany, completing his PhD on the involvement of the autonomic nervous system in autoimmune disorders. Early in his career, he became interested in the sequelae of chronic toxicity (especially lead, mercury, environmental pollutants and electromagnetic fields) on the course of illness. While working in India, he encountered Eastern concepts of disease etiology and blended them with his Western training. This laid the foundation for his 5-level system of Integrative Medicine. In the US he spent three years as a full-time emergency physician before becoming medical director of the Santa Fe Pain Center. Increasingly aware of the limitations of conventional medicine when dealing with chronic conditions, he trained in Ericksonian hypnotherapy and began to include body-oriented psychotherapeutic and counseling approaches in his work, along with neural therapy, mesotherapy injection techniques and applied psychoneurobiology.
Dr. Klinghardt has contributed significantly to the understanding of metal toxicity and its connection with chronic infections, illness and pain. He has been instrumental in advancing various fields within biological medicine — non-invasive pain management, injection techniques for pain and orthopedic dysfunction, anti-aging medicine, toxicology, pediatrics (neuro-developmental disorders), energy psychology, biological dentistry and others. He has also developed Autonomic Response Testing, a comprehensive diagnostic system that has helped many practitioners to become accomplished holistic physicians.
He founded Sophia Health Institute in 2012, and is actively involved in patient care at his clinic.
Christine Schaffner, ND
Dr. Christine Schaffner is a board-certified naturopathic physician who graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Prior to Bastyr, she completed her undergraduate studies in pre-medicine and psychology at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Dr. Schaffner is passionate about practicing medicine and creating healing spaces. She is the clinic director of Sophia Health Institute, which she co-created with her mentor Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt in Woodinville, Washington. She actively sees patients at Sophia Health Institute and through her practices Marin Naturopathic Medicine in California and Bella Fiore Organic Med Spa & Klinik in Seattle. Along with practicing medicine, Dr. Schaffner has built partnerships and working relationships with practitioners who are committed to treating persistent Lyme disease all over the world. Through these connections, she has established a unique set of skills and knowledge to serve her patients. With this diverse skill set, Dr. Schaffner seeks to improve access, outcomes and speed of recovery for patients struggling with chronic illness.