On today’s show, Dr. Ben interviews Morley Robbins about the upcoming release of his new book, “Cure Your Fatgiue”. You can follow Morley’s work at rcp123.org.

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Dr. Ben begins by sharing the role fear plays in immune dysfunction by causing mineral imbalance. If you’d like to keep up with Dr. Ben’s thoughts on COVID-19, follow Veritas Medical on Telegram. https://t.me/VeritasMedical He gives a brief overview of the history of external and internal terrains.

8:48 – Dr. Ben touches on the intent of the COVID-19 gene therapy.

10:30 – Dr. Ben welcomes Morley to the show. Morley shares the release details of his new book, “Cure Your Fatigue”.

12:20 – Together, Dr. Ben and Morley go in to the problems with supplementing with zinc. Morley takes it a step further by discussing the role of copper and retinol in our bodies.

17:40 – Morley brings up the topic of ceruloplasmin. He shares what it is, its role in our body, and goes in to the electron transport chain, specifically complex 4.

27:00 – Morley shares why the blue color of ceruloplasmin is so important.

28:34 – He likens this to the colors associated in nitric oxide and pleads with the listeners to increase their copper load. Dr. Ben follows this up with a story of a rancher supplementing their cattle with copper.

You can follow Morley at rcp123.org or reach him at morleyrobbins@gmail.com.

34:27 – After the break, Dr. Ben answers a listener question about there not being an actual COVID virus.

37:18 – Wade asks about the variants and their connection to the COVID-19 vaccine.

39:20 – Morley gives his thoughts on there not being a virus.

42:05 – Morley transitions the subject to methylene blue. He describes what it is and what it does in the body. Inherently, it had an effect on malaria, and happens to have an effect on COVID-19.

48:26 – Studies shared on methylene blue: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33863281/, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33341032/

51:00 – Dr. Ben closes by stressing the importance of focusing on the terrain.