Weekly Update 02/09/2022

A Medical Doctor and a Veterinarian!

Dr. Pat Tucker and Dr. Kevin Gursky are back by popular demand! Come learn important
insight about the AO Scan from these amazing professionals on how to use the scan for
yourself and your pets.

Transcription

Shelby
[00:00:13]
Hello, welcome, Solex Nation! Kai said that I’m not allowed to tell you that we have a fun call today because he said we always have a fun call.

Kaj
[00:00:20]
We always have a fun call! But you already said we’re going to have a fun call today.

Shelby
[00:00:24]
I did. I did. But this is a really good one.

Kaj
[00:00:27]
This is a really good one.

Shelby
[00:00:28]
So we have Dr. Gursky here, and he is the veterinarian who has helped develop Pet Scan. So he is here. We also have Dr. Tucker.

Kaj
[00:00:38]
Dr. Tucker.

Shelby
[00:00:39]
Yes. And then Amber Moseley is another guest that we have today.

Kaj
[00:00:43]
Otherwise known as Amber Gold to me.

Shelby
[00:00:45]
Amber Gold. So we have a wonderful call today. So, we’ll get out of your way really fast so we can get to that. We just have a couple of announcements that we have to make.

Kaj
[00:00:52]
Yeah, let’s let’s start with a big one. You want to give yourself a raise in the month of February. A great month to give yourself a raise for this month. Any enrollment PC or QLA, instead of the 65% bonus on points, it’s 75%, so there’s a pretty significant increase. So, get out there and take advantage of that and give yourself a well-deserved raise this month.

Shelby
[00:01:17]
And that’s on the Lift Off Bonus, so that is the raise. So yeah, so that’s the entire month of February. We also have another special this month, and this one is only until Valentine’s Day because we’re trying to show the love.

Kaj
[00:01:29]
Yes, it’s a sweet deal. Again, these corny dad jokes that we said last time…

Shelby
[00:01:35]
We’ve got them! We can keep going. Yeah, we can just keep going all night.

Kaj
[00:01:37]
Yeah, so for the bulk sucrose pellets, or sugar pellets, it is a buy one, get one free–and we’ve seen many people take advantage of that already. So, if you obviously love your SEFI and you love imprinting, and you know, or you don’t know for that matter, this is a great way to get out there and start adding those frequencies into your life and to those you care about.

Shelby
[00:01:57]
And just as an example, if you’ve never used these sugar pellets before, I actually imprint them for my kids. They love these pellets, but you can imprint any frequency. You can imprint multiple frequencies in them. I think for our youngest daughter, I think we imprinted–I don’t remember how many frequencies, maybe 10–to help her with her school day, and they have been very beneficial for her, not only with her anxiety, and getting to know, with confidence and getting to know people, but also with her schoolwork. So, they have been really beneficial, but you can use, you can imprint them, and take them for a myriad of, of issues or wants…

Kaj
[00:02:36]
Yeah, challenges.  And she, and–I don’t chalk up her improvement in grades to the sugar pellets necessarily, but more towards her attitude toward school and what’s what’s in front of her. She’s doing a much better job because I think she’s a little bit more comfortable with everything that’s going on.

Shelby
[00:02:53]
Yeah, and I think the frequencies have a lot to do with that. So anyway, sugar pellets are amazing for imprinting. All right, and then, we had a little contest last week.

Kaj
[00:03:01]
We did. If you commented what you liked about last week’s call, you were entered into a drawing–on the YouTube channel, right?

Shelby
[00:03:08]
Yes. If you, if you commented on the YouTube channel about what you love; now, if you have not checked out last week’s call, I want you to– after this is done–go back.

Kaj
[00:03:15]
Everybody checked out last week’s call. We had so many people view that call already.

Shelby
[00:03:18]
We did have a lot of people and a ton of comments, too.

Kaj
[00:03:20]
Yeah, tons of comments. We had to get a bigger bowl.

Shelby
[00:03:23]
But wait, before we do the drawing, should we tell them what we’re going to give away?

Kaj
[00:03:27]
Okay, yeah, because we kind of teased that too. This is something that’s new for Day of Discovery. And so, we’re kind of doing a little bit of a reveal for something that’s going to be on Day of Discovery.

Shelby
[00:03:36]
This is one thing that’s going into your swag bag. Now, just so you know, there are some things in the swag bag that are new products for us. We don’t know how many we’re going to have in the future, but for sure, if you order a swag bag, you’re getting these products. But we’re going to show you one right now.

Kaj
[00:03:52]
We love…Everybody should be using a shaker bottle, especially a Solex branded shaker bottle. But not just that…

Shelby
[00:04:00]
That’s not the coolest part.

Kaj
[00:04:01]
That’s not the coolest part.

Shelby
[00:04:01]
I mean, this is great, right?

Kaj
[00:04:02]
This is great, but it needs something. Maybe Si Bin infused? Shaker Ball? How about that? We’ve made our own Solex branded–it says Solex right there on the side–Si Bin infused shaker ball. That means it can be charged. That means it has the negative ion properties. That means you dump it right in with whatever shake you’re making. Shake it up and get those, just like the water sticks do for water….

Shelby
[00:04:26]
Yes.

Kaj
[00:04:26]
…This is going to do for everything else that you don’t want to essentially have to clean up afterwards if you were using your Water Sticks.

Shelby
[00:04:32]
That’s it right there! Now, with the water sticks, you really wouldn’t want to put them into a shake, a smoothie, juice, things like that. It’d be harder to clean. This is what you want to use for those sorts of liquids.

Kaj
[00:04:45]
Yeah.

Shelby
[00:04:45]
This is dishwasher safe. You can wash it with soap and water in the sink if you’d like. And then, of course, every two weeks, you charge it in the sunlight for an hour, just like you do with your other negative ion products. But this is cool. So, yeah…

Kaj
[00:04:56]
We’re really excited about this one!

Shelby
[00:04:58]
…You’ll get it like this. And then it’s literally, you know, you make your smoothie in here. So, one lucky winner is going to get this…

Kaj
[00:05:07]
The very first one.

Shelby
[00:05:08]
Yeah, the very first one.

Kaj
[00:05:08]
The very first one out, so okay, you do the drawing.

Shelby
[00:05:11]
You want me to draw? I’m going to read the comment. Okay, Suzanne Christopherson, “I liked the explanation of the salad and the moment in time of what your body is experiencing.” So she’s referring to Dr. Tucker’s analogy of when you eat lettuce and you, the parasites that could have been lettuce and just passed through your system and that’s what your scanner can pull up. So, if you haven’t watched that, go back and watch that. So anyway, Suzanne, great job you are getting the very newest shaker ball with the bottle.

Kaj
[00:05:44]
Yeah, congratulations, Suzanne!

Shelby
[00:05:46]
All right, and then, we had a lot of people sign someone up this past week, and we’re actually going to show a list. We’ll put a list on social media of who signed up, but can you tell us who the top enroll was?

Kaj
[00:05:59]
The top eroller for this last week was Mark Armstrong. Congratulations, Mark. Well done.

Shelby
[00:06:07]
Solex silver coin is coming your way.

Kaj
[00:06:08]
Welcome to the Legacy Group. I think he’s already in the legacy group. Welcome again.

Shelby
[00:06:13]
Yes.

Kaj
[00:06:14]
All right. We’ve got a great call.

Shelby
[00:06:16]
We do. We’re going to jump into it. And so we’re going to turn the time over now to Dr. Kevin Gorski and Amber Mosley.

Kaj
[00:06:26]
Okay, everyone, we have Dr. Gursky back and we have Amber Gold here. We are so happy to have both of you here. Thanks for visiting. They are here because they’re recording for Day of Discovery, those that will be attending, obviously, there’s some prize information and some amazing stories, more testimonials and specifics about what the Pet Scan is doing and maybe some of the the steps that we’re taking to improve it, right?

Dr. Gursky
[00:06:50]
Yeah.

Kaj
[00:06:51]
That’s where we’re going. But, just for tonight, for at least for this call, you guys had a very interesting experience that I think everybody should hear regarding the Pet Scan. And it was the very day we launched the Pet Scan.

Amber
[00:07:05]
That’s correct.

Kaj
[00:07:05]
Back in October, right?

Amber
[00:07:06]
That’s correct. Yes.

Kaj
[00:07:07]
Tell us what happened. Tell us this really cool story of kind of “the proof is in the pudding” sort of thing.

Amber
[00:07:14]
Sure. So, I don’t remember why you were coming to the office or something, but so, you yeah, you came to the Wellness Clinic.

Kaj
[00:07:22]
I’m sure it was you demanding that he’d be there.

Amber
[00:07:24]
I know, as persistent as I am.

Kaj
[00:07:26]
Hearing his story last time, your persistence pays off…

Amber
[00:07:30]
Exactly.

Kaj
[00:07:30]
…He shows up.

Amber
[00:07:31]
So he shows up and I’m like–hey, you know, we just launched a brand new Pet Scan in the Vitals. And so, he’s like, “Really? Okay, well, let’s scan Francois.” And Francois, just to kind of give a background, he’s a CNI dog.

Kaj
[00:07:47]
He’s a Frenchman.

Amber
[00:07:49]
He’s a Frenchman. He’s a CNI dog. My sister and I are advocates for a blind lady…

Dr. Gursky
[00:07:55]
A real French poodle…

Amber
[00:07:55]
A real French poodle.

Dr. Gursky
[00:07:57]
Yeah, he was real French poodle.

Amber
[00:07:58]
Yeah. And so, anyway, he was there. So Dr. Gursky said, “Well, let’s scan Francois.” Because you knew about Francois, right?

Dr. Gursky
[00:08:06]
I did.

Amber
[00:08:06]
You knew his history and everything.

Dr. Gursky
[00:08:08]
I knew his his history, had not done a physical on him. I had done a physical on him.

Amber
[00:08:13]
Oh, that that’s right. Yeah, that’s right at the home with Catherine. That’s correct. So anyway, we scan him, but that day, we launched the Pet Vitals. So we scanned him, and we looked at–I gave it to him. And so I’ll kind of let you take from there what you saw.

Dr. Gursky
[00:08:29]
So, everything that we saw on Francois’ scan was, really showed up lots and lots of inflammation. Pretty bad deal in his left leg. So we went, we took, and it was all the way down. You could, you could anticipate that it was very, very progressed at this point.

Kaj
[00:08:55]
Did you have an idea of what maybe the situation was or do we already know?

Dr. Gursky
[00:08:59]
Sure. I’d taken a, I’d done a physical on him and I knew he had, he had cancer. He had, had a cancerous tumor removed once before. And the thing about these guys, if you don’t get a good margin, they’re going to come right back. Well, it came right back. And the vet did it. He had it removed twice.

Amber
[00:09:19]
Twice, yes.

Dr. Gursky
[00:09:20]
So the vet had removed it twice. And it’s hard to get those margins. It was right in the elbow. So really, really tough to get those margins. So, with what the scan said, I told her we probably, this is pretty involved, we probably need to take the leg off. And Katherine was, didn’t really want to take the leg off. We did some X-rays to see where the tumor was and what was going on, and it was completely evolved. It went from his elbow to his toes. It was, it was eating him up on that leg. I still felt like we could probably get the leg off at that point. We, you know, even the scan said it probably had metastasized, but I thought we could probably take the leg off and and be all right, possibly. But before we could get the leg off…

Kaj
[00:10:13]
When you look at the scan, is it, is it like, do you recall seeing–is it like one red marker?

Dr. Gursky
[00:10:20]
No, no, no. So, it’s so on the, on the Vitals, it showed all lymphocytes and an exorbitant amount of lymphocytes and, and lots and lots of inflammatory cells throughout.

Kaj
[00:10:32]
Okay.

Amber
[00:10:32]
In the skin, there were some things on the skin.

Dr. Gursky
[00:10:36]
Right, and especially on, on the left elbow was just, just everything. Everything nerves, vessels, skin.

Kaj
[00:10:45]
So as you look at it, I mean, you knew this dog had had cancer, obviously had tumors removed twice at this point. You, as a, as a veterinarian, know what that looks like as far as Elise in the in the blood work of an animal what you would see?

Dr. Gursky
[00:11:01]
Sure.

Kaj
[00:11:02]
How did this scanner match up with that? Because that’s one of the few things when we’re talking about pets, we’ve got to be a little bit more aggressive about our conversation here. And so we were going to be.

Dr. Gursky
[00:11:10]
Right. So it was, it was spot on. It was everything that I would expect to see on, from my physical. So you take every piece of, of medicine, you know, you see what you got on physical, you see what you got on bloodwork, see what you got on imaging. Whether it’s ultrasound, radiograph, MRI or whatever, and you put it all together to get to paint your picture of what, ‘What do I have?’ Now that I know what do I have know, now how to fix it, right? So on my physical, I thought we were probably going to need to take the leg off. Everything on the scanner showed exactly what I would expect on blood work if I was trying to convince an owner that I need to take the leg off. And then, of course, I imaged it. I took some radiographs in and I was, I was able to assess that we definitely needed to take the leg off if we had any shot at it.

Kaj
[00:12:04]
Did the owner get to see the scan at all?

Dr. Gursky
[00:12:06]
She’s blind.

Amber
[00:12:07]
She’s blind.

Kaj
[00:12:07]
Oh, I’m sorry, excuse me.

Amber
[00:12:09]
But he told her about it.

Kaj
[00:12:11]
Was the owner made aware of the scan?

Dr. Gursky
[00:12:12]
Yes, she was.

Amber
[00:12:13]
Yes, she was right there with us when we scanned Francois. Yes, yeah. And he talked to her about the options and everything so…

Kaj
[00:12:22]
What did you think? This is day one of the scanner, scanner just launched, Dr. Gursky just happens to be there, you run this Pet Scan, what were your thoughts as you are hearing this outcome?

Amber
[00:12:33]
Oh, I’m doing a happy dance in the other room.

Kaj
[00:12:34]
Yeah?

Amber
[00:12:35]
Yeah, yeah.

Kaj
[00:12:36]
She called me that night, just so you know, she called me and she said, “Kaj, you’re never going to guess what happened.” And she went kind of play by play with what happened, what Dr. Gursky found, what the scanner read and was like, “it’s already spot on, we so much work in front of us, but it’s already tied to so many points of accuracy when it comes to frequencies and the pet itself.” Amazing, you guys, amazing information. What a story. What, what a bit of information. Now, you got a bunch of the–of these stories, but we’re going to hold you back. We’re going to share these on the Day of Discovery as well as Dr. Gursky. Obviously, you being such a pivotal point and a crucial part of us developing that part of the AO scan Technology, that pet information. Everyone, this is the source of a great deal of knowledge. We are indebted to his openness, for being willing and hearing and considering that there is something more to medicine with pets than just what you can see, touch and feel.

Dr. Gursky
[00:13:48]
We’re just scratching it. It’s going to get so much better, so much better.

Kaj
[00:13:53]
We should leave with that. It’s going to get so much better. Thank you for being here.

Dr. Gursky
[00:13:56]
Thank you.

Shelby
[00:14:00]
We are back with Dr. Tucker. We just enjoyed having you on so much last week. So thanks for coming back and talking to us.

Dr. Tucker
[00:14:07]
Glad to be here.

Shelby
[00:14:08]
We have Dr. Tucker here recording for a Day of Discovery, so we’re, you are in for a treat, if you are coming to Day of Discovery virtual event on March 4th. I’m going to start you off with kind of a big one, a hard one. At least I think it’s hard. So, we had someone that actually wrote in on our Facebook page, and she’s having some issues with her gallbladder and her doctor would like to remove the gallbladder.

Dr. Tucker
[00:14:34]
Okay?

Shelby
[00:14:34]
She is wondering if there is something that AO can do in regards to her gallbladder or another form of treatment that wouldn’t be as invasive as surgery.

Dr. Tucker
[00:14:45]
What she is really asking is how can I use the scanner to treat my gallstones? That is her, that is her question, and the answer is not appreciably. I mean, does my optimization help some? Possibly, you know, might your Inner-Voice help some? Possibly. Would we expect for the AO Scan to be able to do anything to heal your gallbladder or to get rid of gallstones? And the answer’s no.

Shelby
[00:15:18]
You can use the AO Scan Technology as an educational tool to perhaps run reports day after days to find the consistencies in those reports and then take those, any troubling symptoms or any troubling signs that you see to a medical professional. Is that what you would suggest?

Dr. Tucker
[00:15:39]
Absolutely. I think the AO scanner is fabulous to be able to show you things like persistent, elevated cholesterol levels, hypertension, other things that are showing up that aren’t going away, that you may or may not have symptoms from…

Shelby
[00:15:57]
Right…

Dr. Tucker
[00:15:58]
And I mean, you don’t want to wait until you have symptoms of colon cancer to go get checked. I mean, it’s too late at that point. So when you pick up abnormalities that are persistent on the AO Scan, you know, three or four scans and you’re not really seeing any appreciable movement off of sevens, eights, nines and it’s staying there and you have to consider that there’s something that you need to go get checked,.

Shelby
[00:16:25]
Okay.

Dr. Tucker
[00:16:26]
And, and you know, personally, I’ve seen the AO Scan line up with lab work that I’ve had, and last week we talked about that with the insurance physical that I had, and the AO Scan totally shocked me. So, you know, the AO Scan is a very valuable tool. There’s not really anything I’ve ever seen before that can do what the AO Scan can do. I mean, you can’t go to your doctor once a week and get blood work just to make sure everything’s okay, but the scanner can give you that information.

Shelby
[00:17:00]
And then when you see something troubling…?

Dr. Tucker
[00:17:02]
When you see something troubling, then it’s time to get checked.

Shelby
[00:17:05]
Right.

Dr. Tucker
[00:17:06]
Now, there are some things that we know. If you are seeing signs of glucose intolerance on the AO Scan, persistent lipid cholesterol and triglyceride elevations, and you’re overweight, and you’re sedentary, and you’re not working out, you’re not doing, you know, you’re not eating well, then you might…If you’re not having chest pain or any symptoms like that, you might be able to make changes on your own. You might start, you know, pushing away from the table, eating better, eating a lot of grains, staying, you know, starting to work out–those kind of things to make a difference. And, and you will see a difference in the AO Scan when you start losing weight and when you start working out and you’ll see those parameters start coming back to normal. Even so, if they are still not coming back to normal, and you’ve lost 15 pounds, and you’re working out every day, it’s time to go say you’re not okay. Whoever your medical professional is that you trust, go see him.

Shelby
[00:18:17]
Okay, so we talked about, you know, seeing reports that are consistent scan after scan and then going and seeing a medical professional after that. What would you say to someone who says, “Why is my scan this way today? And I do the same scan tomorrow, and it’s totally different. That doesn’t make sense.” Now you kind of talked about this, you know, when your wife introduced you to your scan and you thought, “Yeah, this isn’t right, this isn’t matching up,” you know, so you kind of have experience with this. But what would you say to someone who says that?

Dr. Tucker
[00:18:49]
Well, first, it kind of depends on what you’re, what you’re seeing that’s showing up completely different in the AO Scan. You know, we talked a little bit, you know, about the parasites. Well, it’s the same for the viruses and bacteria. You have the same issues. You’re going to get exposed to different things every day and you don’t have the slightest clue, and I don’t have the slightest clue what that could be. But you can see it on the AO Scan. The AO Scan is just giving you information, it’s not telling you whether that bacteria that’s showing up is making you sick or not. On some of the other things–the cholesterol levels, we know that, you know, eating a high fat diet one day can make your triglycerides levels and your LDL levels go up. So that’s one reason that doctors want you to be fasting before they draw your blood for your lipids so that you know your diet won’t have an appreciable change or cause of an appreciable change in your blood work. I personally think that medicine as a whole is going to be found in all different modalities of health care. And that’s Chinese medicine that’s been around for 4000 years, acupuncture, chiropractic, naturopathic doctors, energy, medicine doctors. There are so many different modalities that can all come together, and each one of them has their own strengths. So, if we are willing to work together and all practice our best strengths, people are going to benefit the most people are going to be healthy. As a medical doctor, I already realize that I’m lacking. If you have an autoimmune disorder, generally, there’s not a lot I can do for you. But you know, an acupuncturist or a naturopathic doctor is probably not going to be able to do much for you if you’re having a heart attack, or you broke your arm and need surgery. So, there are good points to every different modality of medicine, no matter where it comes from. And I think if we just all work together and people accept the fact that every different modality of medical care has its own strengths and weaknesses, that they’ll get the best care there.

Shelby
[00:21:31]
I love that. And you know, I really think that just having the AO Scan Technology and literally in our back pocket is such a blessing. You know, we were talking earlier about blood tests and how we can’t go get a blood test every week from our practitioner. It’s just, that’s impractical…

Dr. Tucker
[00:21:48]
Right.

Shelby
[00:21:49]
Wouldn’t it be nice?

Dr. Tucker
[00:21:50]
That’s right.

Shelby
[00:21:51]
But what do we have instead? We can run our scanner, and…

Dr. Tucker
[00:21:54]
You know, the amazing thing about the scanner is it’s, it is so much more sensitive than blood tests. I’ve been an E.R./urgent care doctor for 32 years. And I see people all the time in my clinics who have pneumonia, strep throat, flu, all manner of infections and their blood count is still normal. So, you know, we can’t look at a blood test and say, “Well, if I’m sick, it’s always going to be abnormal.” That’s just not the case. So, even if we were able to go to our doctor every week and get blood tests, which would be horrendously expensive and, and not really, unfortunately, tell us what we want. I think the AO Scanner is a huge benefit for us to be able to monitor our health. You know, you guys talk all the time about an educational tool. It is an educational tool. It, it’s a, a health tool to alert alarm you or alert you when something’s not right. Now, everything that pops up today is not something to be alarmed about. But if that parameter, that’s a one or a nine or wherever we start getting concerned on the AO Scan, we need to monitor that. And if it continues to come up as very low or very high functioning on the scanner, we need to take that to heart and we need to think, “Well, I mean, this has been out for a month. I don’t have any symptoms, but it still may be a good idea to get checked and go to my doctor.” And say,” You know, I have this device that is showing my lipid levels, you know, are higher than normal. You know, could you just check that and make sure and make sure we don’t need to do any further care?” Of course, you know, that’s one of those times also that you start pushing away from the table and, you know, back off on the bacon, or whatever it is. You know, there are–there are a lot of things that we can do for ourselves to keep ourselves healthy, But the scan is not the replacement for medical care….

Shelby
[00:24:16]
Right.

Dr. Tucker
[00:24:16]
…And that’s why no matter whether you get it from your functional medicine doctor, your chiropractor, your naturopathic doctor, your medical doctor, it doesn’t matter. The AO Scan can’t replace that type of care, but it can give you a huge amount of information and alerts you way ahead of what most blood tests can alert you to.

Shelby
[00:24:38]
Well, and I’m thinking if you’re bringing in those scan results to your doctor and say, “Look, I think I need you to look at this and this.” I’m thinking that doctor is going to say, “Hand that over. I need to, I need to have one of those.” Am I right?

Dr. Tucker
[00:24:51]
Probably. Either that or go “woo-woo”, which is fine. You know, we’re going to get that. And you know, I’m from Mississippi and I won’t say it’s backwards, but it is a little behind and we still have, you know, doctors there. And it’s typically orthopedic surgeons or something, and not all of them by any stretch of the imagination, but that look at chiropractors and think it’s all woo-woo, you know, when it’s all voodoo and, and we know that that’s not the case, but they’re, they’re very well trained medical doctors out there who are very ignorant of all of the different ways that people can take care of their bodies and stay healthy.

Shelby
[00:25:38]
I love that you said earlier that we can all work together, and I think that’s where we’re headed in the future, so…

Dr. Tucker
[00:25:44]
I think it’s mandatory. Yeah, I really do.

Shelby
[00:25:47]
Well, thank you so much. We just appreciate having you here.

Dr. Tucker
[00:25:49]
Well, thank you. I enjoyed it.

Loran
[00:25:56]
You know, last week and this week, next week is a lot of recording and lot of good information, Kaj, all for Day a Discovery–So much information that’s going to be invaluable to everybody that tunes in.

Kaj
[00:26:10]
Yeah, we’ve had so many guests here that we’ve been recording specialist, really professional folks that just know not only a lot about their field, but a lot about the scanner. I think we should, okay, so that’s part of Day of Discovery, right? Part of the purpose of Day of Discovery is to come and learn–you come and learn a whole lot. Hopefully, it’s not a firehose sort of experience, but you know, if it is…

Loran
[00:26:33]
Could be.

Kaj
[00:26:34]
We didn’t intended to be. We want to learn. We just want to give you as much as we can give you. So let’s make this contest this week about learning.

Loran
[00:26:41]
I like it, like that. Yeah.

Kaj
[00:26:43]
One of my favorite places to learn is books. And so what if we did something, it doesn’t have to be a book, but what if we did something like this–on this call on YouTube write down, just list the–Your Most Inspirational Book, your favorite book, the most recent book that you’ve read, or the book you’re reading right now. Or let’s include podcasts. Yeah, right? Podcast Yeah. The title of the book, the author, podcasts, the author put all that in there, and I think we’ll have some fun with this. We’ll all share.

Loran
[00:27:13]
I think, I think that’s a great one. It’s all about learning.

Kaj
[00:27:16]
…And what are we going to give away?…Day of Discovery…

Loran
[00:27:19]
Oh, we got to…

Kaj
[00:27:20]
We are going to give a virtual ticket to Day of Discovery. We should good. We should, right? Which those tickets, by the way, are still available. The swag bag is no longer available. The virtual ticket is, so if you haven’t got your ticket, you have hours and hours. Get it now. Have a great week.

Loran
[00:27:44]
Yeah, because I’m just, my heart’s broken. Tammy just says I’m like the old grandfather that runs around the office.

Kaj
[00:27:52]
Who said that? Tammy said that…? hahaha.

Loran
[00:27:54]
She said I’ve had the pleasure of being at the corporate and Loran is like the, the grandfather that just runs around.

Kaj
[00:28:06]
Hahaha

Amber
[00:28:08]
Welcome to the next segment of between two big heads.

Dr. Gursky
[00:28:14]
Not between two ferns, but two big heads

Amber
[00:28:16]
 Yeah, between two big heads.

Kaj
[00:28:19]
Yeah. You know it’s a lot of brains.

Amber
[00:28:21]
I know.

Dr. Gursky
[00:28:22]
That’s the deal.

Dr. Tucker
[00:28:24]
They’re both doctors.

Dr. Gursky
[00:28:24]
There’s also a lot of surface area going on, right?

Amber
[00:28:27]
Little bit of brain damage. But that’s OK.

Kaj
[00:28:30]
That’s true, too.

Weekly Update 04/13/2022

Another week, another great call! This week’s call was so special. We shared the story of one of our wonderful QLAs and her autistic son, Loran talked about the history of Solex, Deb Bruce joined us again and talked about causes of causes, and we announced the best giveaway we’ve had thus far on our weekly calls. Watch the call to have a good time and learn about the latest and greatest from Solex. Tune in every Wednesday on YouTube Premiere to hear the latest Solex announcements, learn from our special guests, and have a good time with our wonderful Solex Nation! The call airs every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (MST)

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Weekly Update 04/06/2022

This week we covered information on gut/brain connection, gut health, inflammation, and how to improve these areas of health using the scanner along with some lifestyle changes. Watch the call to see Dr. Pat Tucker and Deborah Bruce cover these topics on great detail! Tune in every Wednesday on YouTube Premiere to hear the latest Solex announcements, learn from our special guests, and have a good time with our wonderful Solex Nation! The call airs every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (MST)

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Weekly Update 03/30/2022

They are BACK! This week we welcomed back Dr. Pat Tucker and Deborah Bruce to our Weekly Update. Dr. Tucker talks about the importance of hydration and Deborah answers some frequently asked questions from our customers. Watch the call to hear from these medical and frequency experts! Tune in every Wednesday on YouTube Premiere to hear the latest Solex announcements, learn from our special guests, and have a good time with our wonderful Solex Nation! The call airs every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (MST)

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Weekly Update 03/23/2022

When Shelby and Kaj are gone, two familiar faces take over the call! Can you guess who they are? Join them tonight as they cover valuable information on new products, important announcements, and answer some of your frequently asked questions. Tune in every Wednesday on YouTube Premiere to hear the latest Solex announcements, learn from our special guests, and have a good time with our wonderful Solex Nation! The call airs every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (MST)

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Weekly Update 03/16/2022

Are you a part of the Legacy Group? We have a fun announcement for you tonight on our Weekly Update! Join us for that, some record-setting giveaways, and answers to pressing questions we have gotten this week. Tune in every Wednesday on YouTube Premiere to hear the latest Solex announcements, learn from our special guests, and have a good time with our wonderful Solex Nation! The call airs every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (MST)

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Weekly Update 03/09/2022

We are back tonight with our Weekly Update! Take a break from your DoD watching and tune in to the Weekly Update Call. You won’t want to miss a HUGE announcement! Tune in every Wednesday on YouTube Premiere to hear the latest Solex announcements, learn from our special guests, and have a good time with our wonderful Solex Nation! The call airs every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (MST)

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Weekly Update 02/23/2022

We are in full Day of Discovery prep mode over here and can’t believe the big day is next week! For a little taste of what’s to come, join our Weekly Update tonight and hear from Dr. Tucker, Dr. Gursky and our resident expert, Loran Swensen. Tune in every Wednesday on YouTube Premiere to hear the latest Solex announcements, learn from our special guests, and have a good time with our wonderful Solex Nation! The call airs every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (MST)

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Weekly Update 02/02/2022

We are so pleased to have had Dr. Pat Tucker as a special guest on our Weekly Update call! Watch the call to meet him, learn about him, and hear about his insights and experience with the AO Scan. Deborah Bruce is also back with another great update, and Loran answers some of the frequently asked questions we’ve received lately. Oh, and don’t forget to participate on the “mystery” giveaway Kaj and Loran are doing this week!

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