I just finished your recent interview with Morley Robbins – it was great! I’ve listened to at least a half a dozen interviews of Morley from various internet radio programs over the last few years and this one of yours (Aug 11, 2020) is THE BEST! – thanks and I’m looking forward to your follow up interview with him. – John
Morley Robbins is the creator of The Root Cause Protocol.
Morley (aka. “Magnesium Man”) is one of the foremost experts on Magnesium’s role in the body, and the delicate dance Magnesium plays with Iron, Copper, and Calcium.
In 2012, Morley founded the Magnesium Advocacy Group (GotMag.org).
And he remains the de facto leader of the Magnesium Advocacy Group on Facebook, with over 175,000+ members (and growing daily).
As a certified health coach with an expertise in Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA), Morley has performed over 4,500 one-on-one consultations with clients from around the world.
Oxidation IS the cause of disease
Is it better to give blood and then have blood work done or to have blood work done and then give blood?
Question from a listener: I just had blood work done and see that Ferritin is 246 on a scale of (8-180 from UCLA labs). My T3 total is 79 on a scale of (85-185 mg/dl from UCLA labs) should I be concerned?
Why is Molybdenum so bad?
Question from a listener: I understand how important copper is and how difficult it is to achieve sufficient copper for metabolic health – but for those of us who can’t afford testing, etc., would you please make clear how we can most simply and inexpensively make bioavailable copper more available to us so that our body can absorb it if it needs it (aside from avoiding Vitamin D supplements and any other things we should avoid that interfere with copper)?
Is there an alternative supplement for retinol?
If the RBC magnesium test comes back in the optimal range, how should the RCP be modified (should the amount of magnesium taken be reduced)?
If the cerrulloplasm test is already in the optimal range, does this mean bioavailable copper is already optimal? In this case is it not necessary to follow the RCP?
Is there a place in the protocol for Sulphur?
How often should I repeat a Full Monty blood panel?
Question from a listener: If a person had the genetics for hemochromatosis, would you recommend your standard Root Cause Protocol? That same person has Factor V Leiden, a genetic disorder that predisposes them to clotting, and takes daily heparin injections for it. Any special considerations for either the hemochromatosis or the Factor V Leiden?
Morley Robbins and our latest adventure into the fascinating roll of mineral rations, especially iron and copper, October 26, 2020