Rainbow Lopez, M.A., N.T.P. Biography
Rainbow Lopez was born and raised on the Tohono O’odham Nation (Desert People) in the Sonoran desert of Southwest Arizona. Rainbow gained valuable life experience by growing up in several different cultures. She spent summers with her Native American grandparents who taught her the old traditional ways of living off the land. Her mother is of Anglo origin from Delaware and taught her about vegetarianism and raw food living.

Rainbow Lopez

Since the age of 12, Rainbow spent summers in Dijon, France with her mother’s sister. At the age of 18, she moved and lived there for 3 years. She is fluent in French and well versed in their culture, particularly as it pertains to gastronomy (the culinary art of choosing, cooking, and eating good food). In her travels, she continued learning about food, nutrition and health from the different cultures she encountered.

Rainbow graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and French from the University of Arizona. She later received a Master’s degree in American Indian Studies for Law and Policy (AIS) from the same school and has plans to go to Law School to become a policy maker for her Nation.

While in university, Rainbow worked with different holistic health practitioners. She was a Research Assistant for her law teacher in showing municipalitites how to create civilian policies. She assisted in creating policies to better manage the Civilian Review Board (CRB) for the police department in Portland, Oregon. She also assisted in showing the city of Duluth, Minnesota how to create a CRB.

It was during her studies that she learned that the health of the Nation was of great concern, since diabetes appeared to be the number one health issue of the Nation. Her interest in Law School propelled her to take numerous human rights classes which gave her insightful information on how corporations and laws affected food, nutrition and health.

Early in 2013, her father was diagnosed with cancer, at which point she realized that her talents and education would be most effective if she helped others learn about food and healthy living. This was a turning point for her. In November 2016 she received her certification as a Nutritional Therapist Practitioner (NTP), and has been involved in the practice of functional nutrition ever since.

NTP and conventional Nutritionists and Dietitians differ in their approach. Conventional Nutritionists and Dietitians follow the medical guidelines and FDA recommendations. They look at the body as compartments and not as a whole. An NTPs approach is to look at the body as a whole and use specialized techniques to assess the body as a fully interactive organism. By using the body’s innate intelligence, we are able to test for supplements that offer a particular benefit or detriment to the body. NTPs also teach people how to correct digestive issues and how to properly prepare food.

In 2017 she was certified in interpreting Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) and lab records. She trained personally with Dr. Rick Malter, Ph.D., who is a leading expert in hair tissue mineral analysis and author of the book The Strands of Health: A Guide to Understanding Hair Mineral Analysis.

Rainbow joined Evenbetternow, LLC in 2011 and has helped counsel hundreds of customers since then (over the phone and in-person) in how to improve their nutrition and digestion by the proper use of foods and supplementation. She aspires to continue to educate indigenous people and those of all walks of life, on the importance of healthy delicious foods and lifestyles.

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