On today’s show, Dr. Ben interviews Morley Robbins with the Root Cause Protocol and Mike Casey from Formula IQ. You can follow Morley at rcp123.org or on social media, The Magnesium Advocacy group. You can follow Mike at his website at activatefiq.com. You can also find guides and a newsletter there.
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Dr. Ben begins by sharing the importance of eating nutrient-dense food and focusing on the terrain rather than the germ.
4:04 – Dr. Ben welcomes Morley and Mike to the show. Morley begins by sharing some information from Weston A. Price’s research showing that the ancestral diet is crucial to health. Mike follows this with sharing his heart in creating the highest quality supplements, specifically one of their newest supplements, Recuperate IQ.
12:20 – Dr. Ben asks Morley to clear up the issue of copper, whether it is “good” or “bad” for you. Morley spends a good amount of time giving a detailed explanation of this.
22:05 – Dr. Ben shares some of the things he has seen in his practice involving ferritin levels.
23:53 – Morley shares where he thinks these lab values should be.
31:58 – Dr. Ben chimes in with how physicians are trained in protocols when reading labs.
You can follow Morley’s work at rcp123.org and Mike Casey’s work at activatefiq.com.
34:07 – After the break, Dr. Ben speaks to changes in nutrient value in today’s food supply.
43:18 – Dr. Ben shares some information about supplements that Veritas offers.
44:54 – Morley talks about the importance of having supplements that are bio-available. Dr. Ben chimes in to differentiate retinol and beta carotene.
48:16 – Mike shares their process for extracting cod liver in comparison with other companies.
55:37 – Dr. Ben summarizes what Mike just shared and emphasizes the importance of cod liver oil. Mike comes back to share how he has organized a supplement program for the Root Cause Protocol. Dr. Ben closes by thanking each of them for being on the show and for their work in the field of health.