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June 8th, 2019

Taking the DIE Out of Diabetes Revisted

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“Unbuilding diabetes.” One half of Americans suffer from one or more symptoms of diabetes, whether they have been diagnosed or not. Dr. David Kolbaba welcomes Brian Hall, Director of Sales and Business Development at Standard Process, Inc. to discuss metabolic disorders including diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome.

A whole food supplement called Metabol Complex helps support the metabolism of fats and sugar, pancreatic and liver function, indigestion, and antioxidant activity.

Call our HealthQuest Radio Hotline at 800-794-1855 to order Metabol Complex.

February 2nd, 2019

Don’t Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth

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Dr. David Kolbaba welcomes Nate Jones, CEO and founder of Xlear, Inc. The revolutionary health benefits of xylitol are discussed. The healthier the oral cavity can become, the lesser the chance for developing major deadly diseases such as diabetes, Alzheimer’s Disease and coronary heart disease . . . (the best cure of disease is a better defense against them).

Visit our website at HealthQuestRadio.com for more information about Xlear Nasal Spray and Spry Oral Care products containing xylitol.  Xlear products can be found at your local natural products retailers or at Xlear.com.

January 5th, 2019

The Dark Side of Healthcare…Self-Care Today

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Dr. David Kolbaba starts the new year with a reflection on the focus of HealthQuest Radio, broadcasting well over 34 years. Discussions include indicators of the “dark side” of the healthcare industry today and ways listeners can navigate the mis-information highway.

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