HealthQuest Radio Podcast
Healthy . . . or Healthier? Is Your Heart Listening?

Healthy . . . or Healthier? Is Your Heart Listening?

April 23, 2022

Heart health, melatonin risks, news headlines. Topics covered in this podcast include aspirin, anti-depressants and melatonin risks, toothpaste warning for children, "good cholesterol" and Alzheimer's disease. "Upstream cardio care" is explained and our "Heart Healthy Scan" is today's special.

Call our HealthQuest Radio Hotline at 800-795-1855 for more information.

Upstream Cardio Care

Upstream Cardio Care

February 12, 2022

Heart health, Heart sounder recorder, whole food supplements. Dr. David Kolbaba welcomes Tim Bahan, Clinic Consultant and Educator from Standard Process, Inc. Topics include discussion about an exciting new technology called the “heart sound recorder” as well as a whole food supplement called “Cardio-Plus” that helps support the cardiovascular system.

To learn more about whole food supplements from Standard Process, visit  HealthQuestRadio.StandardProcess.com.

Call our HealthQuest Radio Hotline at 800-794-1855 for questions, to schedule a “Heart Healthy Scan” or to order "Cardio Plus."

Have a Heart?…Have a Good One

Have a Heart?…Have a Good One

June 6, 2020

Heart health facts, cardiovascular disease, life-saving tips. Dr. David Kolbaba welcomes colleague and friend, Dr. Jim LaValle, nationally recognized clinical pharmacist, board certified clinical nutritionist and author, to discuss heart health and life-saving tips to keep your heart strong. Call our HealthQuest Radio Hotline at 800-794-1855 to learn more about our “Heart Healthy Scan.”

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Your Life: Are You Adding to It or Taking Away From It?

Your Life: Are You Adding to It or Taking Away From It?

March 16, 2019

Diagnostic testing, Heart Healthy Scan, fight or flight response. Dr. David Kolbaba gets down to the basics and encourages listeners to rid themselves of the “not so good” things that shorten their lives.  A new diagnostic testing tool, the heart sound recorder, is explained.

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