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Dr. Alli Svobodny

Naturopathic Dr. Alli Svobody as a guest on Main Street.

Naturopathic doctor Alli Svobodny joins us to continue a discussion on toxins. This time, the focus is obesogens, the toxins that cause weight gain and make it difficult to lose weight.

Naturopathic doctor Alli Svobodny visits with Ashley about SAD, Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Winter Wellness

Apr 4, 2020

Naturopathic doctor Alli Svobodny says getting sick once in a while is like exercise for the immune system! She joins us for a conversation about winter wellness.

Toxins

Apr 4, 2020

Naturopathic doctor Alli Svobodny joins us for a discussion of toxins, including the effects on the brain.

Naturopathic doctor Alli Svobodny returns for a conversation about bacteria, hand sanitizers and antibiotics.

Dr. Alli on Gluten

Nov 26, 2019

Ashley visits with naturopathic doctor Alli Svobodny.

Monday, June 17, 2019 – Naturopathic Doctor Alli Svobodny joins us for a discussion of the nationwide doctor shortage, and how naturopathy can help. ~~~ A story from Harvest Public Media on the challenge of lowering greenhouse gas emissions on the farm. ~~~ Poet Jessica Jones discusses her new book “Bitterroot.” Traversing sparse and sometimes rugged territory in Montana, the poems give witness to the complex intersections of native and non-native culture, narrated by a young teacher with unexpected ties to the children in her classroom.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019 – Naturopathic doctor Alli Svobodny joins us for a discussion of seasonal allergies. ~~~ A Plains Folk essay from Tom Isern: “Still.” ~~~ A Natural ND essay from Chuck Lura about “Custer Mine.” ~~~ US Senator John Hoeven calls in to visit with us about tariffs, farm prices, and the concerns for North Dakota.

Monday, January 7, 2019 – What is a naturopathic doctor, and how do they differ from an MD? What are the limits of ND practice? Joining us to answer those questions and to offer some health tips is naturopathic doctor Alli Svobodny. ~~~~ Meet Holly Brown-Borg, distinguished professor of Biomedical Sciences at UND. In November, she was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her contributions to the biology of aging. She joins us to discuss how her work on hormones might lead to therapeutic interventions and strategies to delay aging, treat aging-related disorders and extend life spans.