Meet Dave Frahm

I am in a rather unique place of service in the world of health care, as I don’t label symptoms or diagnose diseases.  I don’t prescribe medications or treat illnesses.  All those activities are part of the world of being a medical doctor.  I’m not that.

What I am is a Naturopath/Nutritionist who loves to help people put together the pieces of their nutritional health puzzle so that they can more effectively serve the One who created them.  It’s hard to serve when you’re sick.  I don’t treat illness and disease; I help to strengthen bodies to fight illness and disease.

I followed this sense of calling largely as the result of my late wife’s battle against breast cancer.  In my 40’s I left my career in Christian ministry and went back to school, earning the credentials you see listed below.

I love what I get to do for people.  Perhaps you’ll give me the honor of being of service to you.

Education, Association, Experience, Authorship:

  • Doctor of Naturopathy (ND) (Trinity College of Natural Health)…see explanation below
  • Master Herbalist (MH) (Trinity College of Natural Health)
  • Certified Nutritional Consultant (CNC) (Trinity College of Natural Health)
  • The National Association of Certified Natural Health Professionals
  • HealthQuarters Ministries (1991-2013)
  • Frahm Health Solutions (2013-present)


  • A Cancer Battle Plan (Tarcher/Putnam)
  • A Cancer Battle Plan Sourcebook (Tarcher/Putnam)
  • Healthy Habits (Tarcher/Putnam)
  • Reclaim Your Health (Tarcher/Putnam)
  • Raw, Raw, Raw
  • How To Be Your Own Best Nutritionist: Don’t Guess, Muscle Test
  • The Breast Cancer Pattern

LICENSING STATUS: Because of the way the new law governing Naturopathic Doctors here in Colorado has been written (House Bill 13-1111), my education does not qualify me to be licensed, certified, or registered by the state as a Naturopathic Doctor. Only those who attended Naturopathic medical schools can be licensed. My training was in historical/traditional naturopathy…which is entirely non-medical. That said, according to Senate Bill 13-215 I am free to continue helping people as I always have (nutritional consulting), but I can’t use the ND designation that I earned from Trinity, nor call myself a Dr. I can use the designation of Naturopath/Nutritionist.

OTHER LEGAL ISSUES: You need to know that part of the law states that I am to instruct you to discuss any of my recommendations with your primary care physician and/or other licensed health care professionals from whom you’re seeking help. You also need to know that I carry no liability insurance applicable to any injury caused by any of my advice.

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