Supplements

There are two questions that need to be asked and answered before spending your hard-earned money on a supplement of any kind.

  1. What’s weak in my body that needs nutritional support?
  2. What specific supplements help to strengthen those specific weaknesses?

Short of being able to answer these 2 questions you’ll waste time at guesswork–commonly ineffective and expensive.  In fact every year billions of dollars are wasted by folks who don’t actually know what their nutritional needs are, nor what supplements would actually help.

Best way I know of to answer those questions is a bio-feedback technique that was part of my training as a Naturopath/Nutritionist.  It’s called Muscle Response Testing (see previous page).  I use it on all my “in office” clients.  Over the years I’ve gathered “track records” of what various symptoms point toward as nutritional needs, and what specific supplements test well at addressing each.  With that acquired knowledge I am able to effectively consult over the phone or via e-mail.

After a consultation, you will be given a password to access information about the specific supplements I suggest for you.  I don’t sell products or represent companies, but am linked with Amazon.  If you wish, you may go through my link to purchase.  Amazon does give me a small reward for anything you purchase thru said link.  Or you may check to see which of the supplements are available at your local health food store.

Please enter the password you were given, then click the enter button.

“I wasn’t feeling very well.  Nothing diagnosed, as I don’t care much for doctors.  But I had a phone consultation with a guy in Colorado who is a naturopath/nutritionist.  He suggested some targeted supplements and told me some diet changes.  I lost 15 lbs. doing the changes alone, and started feeling MUCH better.  His name is Dave Frahm, and you can follow him on FB.  He’s very informative.”

-Monica Barboza Montalbano

“We’re still in good health and still working because of you and your health advice.  We’re also raising our teenage grandson, own 5 Arabian horses, 11 dogs, too many cats, and a few chickens.  Life is good, in part because of you.  Thank you Dave.”

-Mary Gessner

“Thanks for the help and recommendations Dave Frahm.  I’m already feeling better and excited about my future for the first time in decades.  You’re a God-send.  I could go on and on!”

-Stephanie Kirk Alzamora

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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