Here at Rahm Foundation, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change and are driven by the same ideas we initially founded: support, empowerment, and progress. Dealing with the challenges of today requires problem-solvers who bring different perspectives and are willing to take risks. The Rahm Foundation's pursuit is to inspire and support the community and a desire for actions to speak louder than words.
The ROOT Brands
The ROOT Brands was founded with the intent to address the needs of humanity. Specifically, to create greatness for those who want to get back to their ROOTs and live their best life. As our universe expands minute by minute, the ROOTiverse broadens its influence across the globe to create health and greatness for its community every day.
Cure The Causes
Cure the Causes weaves us through why illness can happen to anyone and how finding the root cause is the first step to healing. The Founder, Dr. Christina Rahm, wrote the "Cure the Causes" book as well as products specifically for Healthcare professional to discuss the many facets of disease and how restoring and revitalizing health can take place through simple daily measures.
Under the Red Chandelier features a podcast sharing her unique, one-of-a-kind stories, interviews, collaborations, sponsorships, and much more. The founder, Dr. Christina Rahm, was inspired to create awareness by making a bridge for the arts and sciences and people’s understanding of them and how they work together. With her incredible stories and extensive career, Dr. Rahm will share her experiences with travel, her unique style, her passion for art, and her love of science.
Dr. Rahm is well-known for speaking from her heart with honesty, integrity, and down-to-earth wisdom. She truly believes failure, more than success, has helped her realize that her hard work has put her in the perfect position to serve others. Dr. Rahm has made it her mission to help others create a healthy environment and meaningful life by eliminating internal and external negative influences.