#91 Most Health Issues Stem from Copper Dysregulation PART 2 with Morley Robbins

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Morley Robbins talks to me about the one of main underlying causes of disease and weight gain today – copper dysregulation. This is Part 2 of 2. Be sure to listen to Part 1 FIRST!

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Copper dysregulation is the simultaneous issue of copper deficiency and copper toxicity. This is a little known issue in the medical field, but for those that do know about it, it’s confusing and there is a lot of controversy about how to correct the issue. We’re going to shed some light on this issue today.

Today you will learn:

  • Should you avoid Copper-rich foods?
  • Plant source of copper
  • Why animal sources of copper are superior to plant sources
  • How copper is corrected by fixing liver issues
  • Why you may need to take copper to get copper out of the body
  • When you need to supplement copper
  • Proper copper supplementation
  • Why zinc should usually be taken with copper
  • Will supplementing copper contribute to more copper toxicity?
  • How copper relates to estrogen hormone function
  • How to correct copper dysregulation with a Mineral Power program

About Morley Robbins

morley robbinsMorley Robbins (aka. “Magnesium Man”) is the founder of the Magnesium Advocacy Group. He has been actively serving the healthcare field for the last 35 years, both as a healthcare consultant and as a hospital executive. Mr. Robbins specialized in developing innovative growth strategies, achieving meaningful alignment around service excellence within organizations, as well as developing optimal organizational design to execute strategy. Prior to his becoming a Wellness Coach, Mr. Robbins served as a principal in several national healthcare consulting firms with a primary emphasis on strategy, market development, and creating consumer-driven organizations.

Since entering the world of wellness, Mr. Robbins has completed the WellCoaches (Boston, MA) training for becoming a Wellness Coach, and has completed the year long curriculum with the Institute for Integrated Nutrition (New York, NY) to serve as a Health Counselor. He is devoting his professional attention to being a “Health Futurist” and delivers lifestyle programs and wellness interventions designed to enable individuals and communities attain healthier futures. He will be preaching to others what he has practiced for the last 30 years.

Mr. Robbins is a regular speaker and author on the changing healthcare landscape, the benefits and challenges of living a healthy lifestyle, and the critical need for individuals to take greater responsibility for their health – with particular emphasis on eating real food and restoring mineral balance.

He has a passionate interest in restoring Magnesium to its majestic and rightful stance as the “Teacher of the Classroom” of the cell’s physiology. He delights in his newfound persona “Magnesium Man!,” and much to his surprise, leading Magnesium researchers claim he is a “lay Mg expert.” Since his rebirth with Magnesium, he has formed a NFP organization, the Magnesium Advocacy Group (www.GotMag.org) which is dedicated to educating the public and health professionals about the central role Magnesium metabolism plays in the human body.

s13Mr. Robbins received a BA in Biology from Denison University in Ohio and holds an MBA from George Washington University in healthcare administration, with additional concentrations in finance and marketing management. He can be reached online at [email protected] and by phone at 847.922.8061. You can also gain additional information about the importance of mineral balancing by visiting his YouTube videos.

After writing 1,200 articles on Magnesium and Magnesium deficiency, Morley has come to realize that Magnesium plays a role in all metabolic systems, and is therefore a contributing factor to nearly all major health issues. Through the Magnesium Advocacy Group, he is committed to educating as many people as possible about the MAG-nificence of Magnesium and ending the epidemic of Magnesium deficiency plaguing the health and well-being of human beings.

Find Morley Robbins

www.GotMag.org

Magnesium Advocacy Group Facebook Group

[email protected]

847.922.8061

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Wendy Myers, FDN, CHHC, is a functional diagnostic nutritionist, certified holistic health coach and founder of Live to 110. Her passions include getting you healthy, Modern Paleo, retoxing and detoxing. Discover her Mineral Power Program and enjoy freedom from fatigue and brain fog with metal detox.

  • Lydia

    THIS WAS AMAZING!

    Thanks Wendy and Morley!

  • Colleen

    Very enlightening, especially b/c I’m histamine intolerant

  • Mandy Sherrow

    Okay so I took my zinc out of my regimine and put it back in at least three times during that podcast haha! Should I just continue taking it for now until I get the hair analysis done? I currently take 30mg/day. I’m a vegetarian and I have low progesterone. Im going to add in 2mg of copper just once a week until I get the analysis back because I also have low cortisol and, while I think I need some copper, I don’t want to hurt my adrenals either. This is so confusing but great to know!

    • If you’re a vegetarian you need to take zinc. there are very few sources of it in the vegetarian diet.

  • Shannon McKeough

    I think it’s good you brought up the MTHFR mutations and how copper dysregulation related to them. I have methylation issues and take methyfolate. I notice copper feels so similar to me when I take it. I’m an undermethylator and slow oxidizer, but I’ve noticed I do need copper! The right amount of methyfolate increases my circulation, makes me feel more grounded and focused, less brain fog etc. Too much makes me too reved up, irritable and crazy 🙂 I noticed copper does this for me too. When I take a little, my circulation is increased, less brain fog, more focus, more calm, grounded, but too much makes me feel like I am a crazy woman 🙂 No other mineral does this to me. I really do feel it affects the methylation cycle. I’m really glad you guys bringing more attention to copper dysregulation!!!!