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Serendipitous Encounters

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Dr. David C. Kolbaba discusses Billy Currington’s country music song, “People Are Crazy”. This song exemplifies all the different situations in life that we find ourselves in and how we handle them. How do you line up the “bitter and the sweet” in life? Being at a higher level of health allows for better decision making. Dr. K’s Rapid Fire highlights the nutrient, boron and how important it is for women on estrogen therapy treatment.

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2 Responses to “Serendipitous Encounters”

  1. Jake Says:

    Dang! I haven’t been able to get this song out of my head since I heard it over a week ago on the show. Had to write and tell “ya’ll”!

  2. Leza Says:

    You, too, Jake, huh?! :-) It was *just* in time to usher in Country Jam up here in Eau Claire, WI where people *did* get crazy! ;-) Or so that’s what I heard from those that were there, and by pics I’ve seen up on Facebook!

    It sounds like boron would be good for people with mal absorption issues, too. Wonder how much it would help with dementia??? My Mom is rapidly loosing it, mentally. :-P Is it in MultiQuest or MultiQuest with Iron???

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