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Fran Storch, N.D., naturopathic physician, wants to share practical, everyday health information that can help you maximize your health! Learn about nutrition, weight loss, allergy management, healing your digestion, healing diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and much more!

Radio Naturopath Name: Fran Storch, N.D. and Ron Manizza

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Fran Storch, N.D., naturopathic physician, wants to share practical, everyday health information that can help you maximize your health! Learn about nutrition, weight loss, allergy management, healing your digestion, healing diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and much more!

    Radio Naturopath Episode 374: Gratitude and Health, Honoring the First Nations, Food!

    Radio Naturopath Episode 374: Gratitude and Health, Honoring the First Nations, Food!

    This week, of course, had a Thanksgiving theme. I talked about how gratitude is good for you health. It makes you happier, reduces stress and cortisol, and helps you to enjoy your life more in general! Gratitude generates empathy, kindness, and healthy and happy relationships. Appropriate as it’s the theme of the season! I also […]

    • 58 min
    Radio Naturopath Episode 373: The Pros and Cons of Sugar

    Radio Naturopath Episode 373: The Pros and Cons of Sugar

    This week we talked about SUGAR, because the eating season has started! Mmmm, Halloween candy. And now Thanksgiving is upon us and it’s officially the holiday season. Sirius XM already has its holiday channels playing! So, we talked about the pros and cons of sugar. I’ve come to the conclusion that if you deprive people […]

    • 58 min
    Radio Naturopath Episode 372: Is thePandemic Over? Flu Shot? Natural Cold/Flu Remedies!

    Radio Naturopath Episode 372: Is thePandemic Over? Flu Shot? Natural Cold/Flu Remedies!

    Today we talked about the nice weather and the coming dark. Then we launched into whether the pandemic is really over, and it turns out it’s not a simple answer. The World Health Organization and the CDC don’t announce it. It’s basically over when people start acting like it’s over, whether or not there are […]

    • 58 min
    Radio Naturopath Episode 371: Help For Septic System, COVID-19, RSV, and Flu: Prevention/Care

    Radio Naturopath Episode 371: Help For Septic System, COVID-19, RSV, and Flu: Prevention/Care

    The reason I didn’t make a new show last week is because after a busy, somewhat stressful weekend, our septic system backed up! So, because stress reduction and using the bathroom are both definitely naturopathic topics, I discussed our lessons learned and remedies for prevention of septic backup. Hint: 3 and 4 ply, non-biodegradable, fluffy […]

    • 57 min
    Radio Naturopath Episode 370: Prevention and More Natural Back Pain Help, RIP Chris DiPaola

    Radio Naturopath Episode 370: Prevention and More Natural Back Pain Help, RIP Chris DiPaola

    This week it’s Back to the Back. Back pain is so prevalent and it’s such a big topic that I talked about prevention, and also went in depth regarding my ER visit. Yoga, tai chi, planks, core exercises, herbs, diet, REST, all of these are helpful for back pain! I also did a tribute to […]

    • 57 min
    Radio Naturopath Episode 369: Hurricane Ian, Managing Low Back Pain

    Radio Naturopath Episode 369: Hurricane Ian, Managing Low Back Pain

    This week I talked about, surprise, what it was like to experience a hurricane! Being in Florida during a hurricane is not really a vacation. First there’s prep, then there’s anxiously awaiting, then there’s scarily enduring, and then there’s the aftermath. Fortunately, my mom’s house has good construction so we weathered the storm well. No […]

    • 58 min

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