Meet our Favorites
We have been very fortunate to connect with some some incredible companies and people since we began our rainbow journey! We are happy to recommend these websites, companies and books to you!
Our Favorite Companies
We absolutely LOVE the brilliant Copy-Kids DVD! It is a great way to encourage your little ones to eat fruits and veggies, when they see the kids on this DVD enthusiastically enjoying different produce your kids will want to copy them. We think this DVD is one of the best ways to help your kids become healthy eaters!
Cookin’ Greens is a fantastic line of flash frozen veggies that come in really handy on nights when you are in a rush to get a healthy meal on the table! We’ve enjoyed trying all the delicious veggies in their line and we think you will too!
Dealing with extremely picky eaters is something the team at Spectrum Speech & Feeding do successfully everyday! They are a dedicated group of professionals that are passionate about teaching parents and helping children overcome speech, feeding and swallowing difficulties in fun and effective ways.
We just love the trees that LittleFruits make…we’re going to add an apple tree to our Rainbow Headquarters! Check out this great site full of adorable fruit, veggies, trees and toys that help you create a positive fruit and veggie culture in your home!
America’s Most Decorated Gymnast, Shannon Miller informs and inspires women with relevant and convenient healthy lifestyle information on Shannon Miller Lifestyle. Shannon is a young mother, cancer survivor, and a passionate spokesperson for women’s health issues.
The 95210 tracking system was created by Team Wellness Challenge, L3C, a partner of Whole Child Leon and Working Well located in Tallahassee, Florida, to encourage Florida’s Big Bend community and beyond to become more aware of the six tenets of 95210: sleep, consumption of fruits and vegetables, recreational screen time, exercise, sodas and sugary drinks and tobacco exposure.
Lunchbox Love for Kids is a colorful collection of credit-card sized notes that have a heartfelt message on the front and a fun fact on the back. They say things like, “I love spending time with you” on the front and “Did you know tigers have striped skin, not just striped fur” on the back. They are a simple, yet powerful way for busy parents and caregivers to stay connected with their kids during the day. Each pack of Lunchbox Love for Kids has 12 unique cards, including two cards that have blank fronts, allowing you to write your own message to your child. There are 48 different volumes of Lunchbox Love for Kids, with more than enough cards so will never have to repeat a message, fact, or joke throughout the school year.
Our Favorite Websites
Family + Food: Karen Le Billon, Better Together BC, Feed Our Families, Health Castle, Blog 4 Family Dinner, Clean & Delicious, Spectrum Speech & Feeding, Nourishing Hope, Early Insights,
Family + Parenting: Angela’s Clues, Healthy Child Healthy World, Dr. Greene.com, Thrifty & Green, Happy Family Movement, 7 Wonderlicious, Rawdorable, Tristan & Tyler Tales from the City
Our Favorite Books
Celebrate Green ~ Corey Colwell-Lipson & Lynn Colwell
The Family Dinner ~ Laurie David
Raising Happy Healthy Babies ~ Kim Corrigan-Oliver
Creating a Cleaner, Greener, Safer Home ~ Christopher Gavigan
Diet for a Hot Planet ~ Anna Lappe
Food Rules ~ Michael Pollan
Meals that Heal Inflammation ~ Julie Daniluk
Picky? Not me Mom! ~ Karla Heintz
Disease Proof Your Child ~ Dr. Joel Fuhrman
Feeding Baby Green ~ Dr. Alan Greene
The Whole Family Cookbook ~ Michelle Stern
The Six O’Clock Scramble ~ Aviva Goldfarb
The Cleaner Plate Club ~ Beth Bader & Ali Benjamin
The Gluten Free Almond Flour Cookbook ~ Elana Amsterdam
Our Favorite Books for Kids:
We Can Cook ~ Jessica Levinson & Maja Pitamic
Kids’ Fun & Healthy Cookbook ~ Nicola Graimes
Picture Me Cooking ~ Colleen Kennedy
Good Enough to Eat ~ Lizzy Rockwell
Tiger Tiger is it True? ~ Byron Katie
How Lily Ate The Rainbow ~ Jackie Kramer
Eating the Alphabet ~ Lois Ehlert
Grandpa’s Garden Lunch ~ Judith Caseley
Oliver’s Vegetables ~ Vivian French
GUESS WHAT??? Lemons contain more sugar than strawberries