Well Fed Women | Mineral Balance, Iron and Fatigue with Morley Robbins | November 29, 2022

Well Fed Women | Mineral Balance, Iron and Fatigue with Morley Robbins | November 29, 2022

In this episode, Noelle and Morley Robbins discuss mineral balance, iron, and fatigue.

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Morley speaks with Loren Sofia about: Precocious puberty & delayed puberty, natural solutions for amenorrhea, why you get PCOS, hormonal contraceptives, the truth about the Copper IUD, how to support yourself on birth control, why women menstruate, why you’re anemic, why you have acne, why you’re losing your hair, how minerals work- and much more!

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Take Control of Your Health with Dr. Joseph Mercola | The Dangers of Copper Deficiency and Iron Overload | November 27, 20022

Morley speaks with Dr. Mercola about the importance of copper, the danger of iron supplementation – how the two are connected, and so much more!

Iron and copper are highly interdependent and need to be considered together. Low ferritin is rarely indicative of low iron. In most cases, it’s a sign that copper insufficiency is preventing proper iron recycling.

 

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Live Q&A sessions on in December

Live Q&A sessions on in December

For members of the Premium RCP Community, we host Live Q&A events EVERY MONTH so you can ask questions directly to the creator of the Root Cause Protocol (Morley Robbins), and one of the most experienced RCP Consultants (Kristan Kershaw).

In December, we will be hosting one live Q&A event.

This will be a general Q&A where you can have your specific questions answered.

You definitely want to attend this session!

WHEN

Sessions last approximately one hour.  You can hop on or hop off at any time, at your convenience.

All sessions are recorded and shared in the premium RCP Community so that you can watch them if you’re not able to attend live.

HOW TO JOIN THIS MONTH’S LIVE Q&A:

Meetings are held as online group meetings, so you can join from anywhere in the world using your computer or phone!

But first, you must become a member the Premium RCP Community

The price is currently discounted at 50% off… $9.97/month (or $99/year) gets you:

  • Exclusive access to new research and commentary from Morley (new posts weekly)
  • Exclusive access to these live Q&A events (1-2 times per month)
  • Exclusive access to RCP Community forum where you’ll be able to get valuable insight from RCP Consultants and others who are following the RCP.
  • PLUS, you’ll be helping to support this movement, and helping more people feel better! 🙂

The first 2,000 “foundation” members will lock in this 50% discounted rate FOR LIFE ($9.97/month or $99/year). After this membership goal has been reached, the price will increase to $19.97/month (or $199/year).

JOIN THE RCP COMMUNITY

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LOGIN DETAILS

Webinar login details have been posted here in the “Musings by Morley” Forum, accessible to RCP Community members.

Looking forward to seeing you online in a few days for another intriguing Q&A with Morley & Kristan!  Bring your questions!

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A letter from Morley

A letter from Morley

Greetings RCP followers!

​​​​​​​Today I’m writing to share with you an important update. The journey that has evolved into the RCP began in January, 2009. Now, after 12+ years of guiding and inspiring this RCP movement, my RCP commitments are many and varied. Whilst I enjoy being out and about in the RCP community, I feel quite strongly that now is the time to dig deeper into the application and use of the research that I have come across. So as a gift to myself for my 70th birthday, I’m taking a step back from some of my public-facing roles to regroup and refocus my efforts.

To focus my energies accordingly, I have chosen to take a sabbatical (which was not a decision I made lightly) that will enable me to work on key targeted areas to ensure the continued growth and development of the RCP for decades (hopefully centuries!) to come.​​​​​​​

As you well know, I am surrounded by a wonderful team of RCP advocates, led by Kristan Kershaw who has been by my side since the RCP’s infancy.

If you’re looking to book an RCP consult, please do so with Kristan, a member of her team or any of the passionate and talented consultants that we have trained over the last 5+ years. You’ll find the list of RCP Consultants here.

As for the RCP Institute training, I’ll still be actively involved in most of the live classes. Rest assured my work is woven right through every aspect of the training, from the pre-recorded materials I have personally prepared, to my research notes, articles I’ve written and studies I’ve synthesized and applied through the RCP lens. I will continue to guide the team of tutors, and have absolute faith in the facilitation team. I wouldn’t feel that a sabbatical were even an option if I didn’t have such deep trust in the many facets of the RCP team.

I am so incredibly humbled by the growth the RCP movement has gained since its inception, and I am deeply grateful for each of you – as members of the online RCP community. 

Thank you for understanding my desire to pursue this important shift in my focus, and for being an integral part of our efforts to promote and enable innate healing, just as MTHR Nature intended us to have! Without your dedication and commitment, the RCP wouldn’t have nearly so many success stories.

I am humbled, happy and honored to have created this spark of recovery. And I’m most excited to pursue this next chapter of growth for the RCP.

A votre sante!
Morley Robbins
RCP Founder