Version 9.1 of the RCP Instruction Manual now available for download

Version 9.1 of the RCP Instruction Manual now available for download

What’s new in Version 9.1?

  • We reformatted the Recommended Products section from lists to tables.  It’s much easier to read and comprehend now!
  • We added new links to several international distributors throughout the Recommended Products section.
  • We added a few products that were being used and recommended by the community, but were accidentally missing in Version 9.0.
  • We made a few special notes about dosages for Cod Liver Oil, Vitamin E, and Iodine.  (Remember, with most nutrients, you generally need to build up your dose over time… listen to your body and go slowly! And if you want to talk to someone and get personalized help, book an RCP Consult.)
  • We changed “Start Eating Ancestral / Paleo Diet” to “Start Eating Organic Wholefoods”, moved it from Phase 3 to Phase 1 (Step 7), and added several notes of clarification.  (Remember, the RCP is a process — it’s about “direction”, not “perfection.”)
  • We corrected a typo in Phase 3, Step 1: Silica / Diatomaceous Earth dosing. Changed dosage from “tbsp” to “tsp”.

How to download Version 9.1 of the RCP Instruction Manual:

  • If you’re already subscribed to our mailing list, go here and use the password that was emailed to you when you first signed up.
  • If you’re new to RCP and you’ve never downloaded it before, please sign up here, and you’ll receive the password via email to download it for free.

PS – In the past 3 weeks, there were over 1,000 downloads of version 9.0 of RCP Instruction Manual.  We hope all of you are finding this RCP Instructional Manual helpful!

If you have any feedback, or if you need help, please contact Customer Service.

-Team RCP

A Medicinal Mind – Rob Abbot | Iron and Magnesium Revisited, What is Really Being Taught in Medical School? (Episode 32) | December 1, 2018

A Medicinal Mind – Rob Abbot | Iron and Magnesium Revisited, What is Really Being Taught in Medical School? (Episode 32) | December 1, 2018

December 1, 2018

Iron and Magnesium Revisited, What is Really Being Taught in Medical School?

Featured on: A Medicinal Mind with Rob Abbot | (Episode #32)

Morley speaks with Rob about iron and its primary role in the body as the structural center of the oxygen carrying molecule hemoglobin.

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Thomas DeLauer & Morley Robbins (Free Preview)

Thomas DeLauer & Morley Robbins (Free Preview)

Please enjoy this FREE 10 minute preview of the RCP 101 Video Series, “Excess Unbound Iron – The Root Cause of Oxidative Stress”, featuring Morley Robbins (creator of the RCP) & Thomas DeLauer (celebrity trainer & coach).

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The full, hour long video interview can be viewed in it’s entirety by:

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Video Transcript

– [Thomas] So every single day, millions of people are plagued with fatigue. But a lot of times we end up thinking that it’s just our lack of sleep, or maybe it’s just not enough caffeine, or maybe it’s just the blood sugar crash from the potatoes that we ate at breakfast. But the reality is, there’s a lot more going on than just what meets the eye when it comes down to fatigue. In fact, I’ve got a wonderful guest here with me, Mr. Morley Robbins, who is gonna explain why it’s something different from what you might think. It’s actually more along the lines of minerals, and one mineral in particular, that you might think is a good mineral. That’s one that’s known as iron. Thank you very much for being here.

– [Morley] Well, thank you, Thomas. What I’ve come to realize is that there is a hierarchy to minerals, that they’re not all equal. There are 84 minerals in seawater. There are 18 essential minerals in our body. But I really think that there are three that stand out in terms of their supremacy to influence how well we work. And I think our conversation today is gonna focus on the need for more magnesium, the need for more bioavailable copper, and the need for less iron, in our diet and in our bodies.

– [Thomas] That’s intriguing because we are so often told that we need to be getting more iron. It’s probably every day I hear from, particularly women, that are told that they’re anemic. They are told that they need to be eating more spinach, and need to be consuming more iron. In large amounts, too. And I’ll be totally honest with you. Up until a couple of years ago, I was a believer in that too. It made logical sense, but when you actually start looking at all of the science, it doesn’t really make a whole lot of sense. So getting right to the chase, I’d love for you to be able to explain to everyone, really, truly, what is happening with this excess iron, and why we have an excess of iron. Because we’re actually getting enough iron, aren’t we?

– [Morley] This goes back into the 1920s, was when they first started really studying are we getting enough iron in our diet. It goes back to the early research about pregnant women, and the fact that during the course of a pregnancy, a woman’s hemoglobin actually declines as the pregnancy progresses. It’s a known fact. The technical term for it is called hemodilution, in that the mother is actually providing for another child, and there’s only so much hemoglobin to go around. It’s actually fascinating. And at any give time, 1% of society is pregnant, but they decided to inoculate the other 99%. That’s a valid premise to say, well, if they’re struggling with iron, aren’t we all struggling with iron? And you go into the annals of the League of Nations, which was the predecessor to the UN, and the World Health Organization, this issue of iron deficiency is so deep in the research, and so much a part of their awareness, that it’s just, well, of course that’s what the problem is. Well then you start to really dig and you find out it isn’t just iron deficiency, it’s retinol deficiency. Retinol is the animal-based form of vitamin A. The first article that I found about the connection between retinol and iron, and the development of hemoglobin, 1855. A physician, Theophilus Thompson, from London, who used cod liver oil to cure anemia, in London back in the 1850s. It’s fascinating. And a lot of that primal research has been lost. How many people want to go back to 1855, or would even trust that research? But the fact of the matter is, there’s a lot of misunderstanding about these minerals. And what happened, it’s actually fascinating. In 1934, three physicians from the United States won the Nobel Prize for curing anemia and pernicious anemia. Their names were Dr. Whipple, Dr. Minot, and Dr. Murphy. Three highly-recognized MDs in their respective institutions and they all used the exact same product to solve those problems. Do you want to guess what it was? It was beef liver. They got a Nobel Prize for using beef liver to cure anemia and pernicious anemia. And what most people don’t know, and you obviously do, which is exciting, is there’s a lot of copper of liver. But what there’s also a lot of is retinol. And it turns out that retinol is what really brings the energy to the whole process of making copper bioavailable.

– [Thomas] Got you. So, essentially, copper is, in essence, kind of the opposite of iron. And without copper we really can’t have that balance, and so really the issue is more so coming from not having enough of the vitamin A to make the copper available?

– [Morley] Yeah, make it bioavailable. Yeah. So let’s use an analogy. We love to go to restaurants. And what are there a lot of in a restaurant? There are a lot of waiters. And what are they doing? They’re carrying the food. 80% of the iron in our body is used to carry oxygen. It’s a really important thing. If we don’t have the hemoglobin moving the oxygen around our body, around our tissues, it’s not a good scene. But every good restaurant has a great chef, who is back in the kitchen activating the food, turning it into an experience. Well that’s copper. So we have waiters, who are the iron, and we have a chef, who is copper. And it turns out that in the human body, for every atom of copper, there’s 60 atoms of iron. And the hard part to get your head around is that in fact copper and iron are a ventriloquist act, and iron is the dummy. And copper is the one calling the shots. And when you begin to understand the role of bioavailable copper to activate oxygen. There’s only one mineral that carries oxygen. That’s iron. But there’s only one mineral that activates it. And that process of activation is fascinating because what the body needs to do is turn the O2 molecule into water. And it does that in the mitochondria. They’re the energy furnaces of our body. And there’s an enzyme in what’s called complex four. There are five complexes in the mitochondria. But complex four is where it’s  at. And that enzyme does two very important things. One is it takes four electrons and hands them to the O2 molecule so it can become two H2O. But at the same time, it takes four protons, four hydrogen atoms, and sends them over to complex five where the actual energy molecule is made. Inside our body, energy is spelled magnesium-ATP. The body can’t recognize it, and the body can’t activate it unless that magnesium molecule is there. And what’s amazing is there is actually a rotor in complex five, and that rotor is spinning at 9,000 revolutions per minute.

– [Thomas] It’s like an indie car.

– [Morley] It is. It is an indie car. And what’s interesting, very humbling, but my younger son Tom, who got his doctorate from Stanford, in biochemistry, was studying that rotor. And they were using that rotor to the advantage of the body to get things done that no one had ever thought of. So that begins to delve into how influential these minerals are that we just kind of take them for granted. We don’t even think about it. And the way I describe it is it’s the difference between Newtonian physics, where the apple falls because of gravity, and quantum physics, which is a completely different world. I don’t know about you, but I barely understand what quantum physics is about. I just know it’s really mysterious, complicated, but it works, thank God. And the parallel is that the focus of a lot of medicine and nutrition is on Newtonian issues, big particle issues. Hormones, and enzymes, and things like that. And there isn’t enough attention, at least from my standpoint, on the power and the majesty at the quantum level about what these electrons, what these minerals are doing to move electrons. Because that’s their job, is to move electrons to make things happen. And the importance of it is that in the average human body there are about 9,000 enzymes that allow us to have a happy life. And they all work just like the car we drive. When was the last time you drove a car without a key? You think about the size of that key to the size ratio of that car, and that’s the mineral inside the body activating an enzyme to make it work.

Extreme Health Radio | Symptoms Of Iron Overload & The Root Cause Protocol | October 16, 2018

Extreme Health Radio | Symptoms Of Iron Overload & The Root Cause Protocol | October 16, 2018

Morley speaks with Justin Stellman about the symptoms of iron overload and the root cause protocol of all diseases.

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RCP World Tour in Detroit, October 2018

RCP World Tour in Detroit, October 2018


The Detroit event was a great success!!  Thank you to all who attended.

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You’ve read Morley’s work on Facebook, seen him on YouTube, and listened to him on Podcasts. Now, meet him in person as Morley Robbins presents The Root Cause Protocol live in Detroit!

Plus, get a chance to purchase your favorite RCP products in the RCP Marketplace… AND, a Hallowe’en RCP Costume Party on October 25th!


Thursday October 25 through Sunday October 28


Comfort Inn at 3600 Enterprise Drive, Allen Park, Michigan, USA

To make reservations, please contact Comfort Inn and use code “RCP Health Group” to get a special discounted rate of $119 per night. The Comfort Inn is only about 15 minute drive from the Detroit airport (DTW); or about $15 by Uber or Lyft.


The exciting, dynamic, new paradigm of health. Learn how to reverse the years of pain and chronic health issues that keep you from being your most vibrant YOU!
The secret is that minerals run the body and getting them back in balance by dealing with Copper <> Iron dysregulation.

Morley unlocks MTHR NATURE’s secrets based on nearly a decade of hard core research in the scientific literature. Thousands of lives have been transformed by this wholefood-based Root Cause Protocol.

Options for Attending

Option 1a) On October 25, 26, and 27, Morley will begin RCP Consultant Training. You’ll learn the skills needed to help coach others to improve their health with the RCP. You’ll begin the training live in Detroit, then continue with your training through online video sessions presented by Morley over the next 8 weeks. This leads to certification as a Root Cause Protocol Consultant. The cost is $2,500 per student, limit 25.

RCPC training is normally 16 weeks of online sessions. So this is a very special chance to begin your training in person with Morley, and cram half of the class into a weekend. Registrants are encouraged to also attend The RCP Basics on October 28.

Option 1b) During RCP Consultant Training (Oct 25 – 27), existing RCPCs are encouraged to attend to “Refresh & Recharge” their knowledge and skills. Cost is $150, limit 20.

Option 2) On Sunday October 28, the 3 hours “The RCP Basics” seminar will be presented by Morley Robbins for a cost of $65. (Limit 100 attendees.)


Option 3) Book a personal, in-person RCP consult with a certified RCP Consultant. Sessions last approximately 60 – 75 minutes. Your symptoms, the “Full Monty” iron panel of blood tests, plus the HTMA will be evaluated to present your mineral balance story with guidance and fine-tuneing of the Root Cause Protocol for your profile. Cost is $300, and includes the HTMA kit, which must be sent to the processing lab in ample time for its availability before the consult. You will provide the blood test results separately. (Limit 10, must order by October 3rd.)

Option 4) Healing session with Dr. Liz Erkenswick where clients can choose between “Energy Balancing” or “Bio-Magnetism”; 45 minute session for $75 (Limit 12).

The Root Cause Protocol Marketplace

Yes! Attendees will be able to purchase some of the suggested supplements used by those following RCP. Items like Rosita’s Cod Liver Oil, Organic 3 Magnesium Supplements, Jigsaw’s Magnesium selections, Ancient Lakes Kakadu Adrenal Tonic, and more…

1st Annual Hallowe’en RCP Costume Party!

Who says we can’t have fun? Getting life back on track is cause for celebration! So bring your RCP inspired Hallowe’en Costume on Sunday October 28 and the favorite
costumes will win prizes.

Complete Your Registration

After you’ve chosen the options for attending above, click this button to complete your registration. Space is limited, so please register soon.