VIDEO: Dr. Rich Roberts: Zinc Coronavirus Correlations

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See also other coronavirus-related videos from Dr. Roberts here and here.

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  1. Dr. Roberts,

    I appreciate your medical knowledge and experience.

    Yesterday was not the first time that I heard an industrialist say that keeping their jobs are most important to government workers.

    My father, who was an executive at Shell Oil, never talked that way about the EPA or government. He taught us the honor of public service.

    Even though I am not a regulator, I am a public servant. If all we cared about was our jobs, then why did I file Alcantara v. Hespe? Sure, the cliche is to “stay below the radar, but the job needed to be done.

    People enter government service earning less than in industry to serve their county. Our jobs are secondary to the public welfare.

    There are others with the same viewpoint.

    Aaron Lang

  2. Maybe Im confused, but yesterdays video from Dr Roberts, pretty much blasted Dr Zelenko. but this video actually explains why Dr Zelenko’s treatment might really work for the virus

  3. Dr. Roberts, I live in the Oak Park/Southfield orthodox community in Michigan. Yesterday the governor of Michigan banned the prescription of chloroquine etc by Michigan doctors threatening their licenses. She banned pharmacies from filling prescriptions for these drugs. I am older with underlying medical conditions and would like to obtain these medicines to use under a doctor’s guidance if I should need it. Tele- medicine is now legal between doctors in all 50 states and the governor can’t ban non- michigan doctors and pharmacies from treating me. Can you point me to specific doctors you know that would help me and the members of our community? Thank you.

  4. Lack of zinc causes loss of smell. It also affects ability to fight germs/ immunity. Many older people have zinc deficiency. So they are more at risk of getting COVID-19. This drug opens the cells to allow Zinc to penetrate which inhibits the reproduction of the virus. Zinc also raises the immunity which in turn eliminates much DM II, Hypertension and other conditions, many conditions seen in the elderly.

  5. Thank you, for this well meaning lecture.

    Bottom line, there is no VALID reason NOT to administer Dr. Zelenco’s protocol.

    Although it goes against the strict Scientific Study guidelines, WE DO NOT CARE.

    People are Suffering and dying.

    Blow hard Politicians that want to make Trump look stupid, are BANNING this possible life saving treatment.

    Dr. Roberts, thank you for your Mea Culpa.

  6. Thanks Rich.
    This is a bit confusing to the layman.. I remember reading somewhere that zinc can actually cause a loss of smell. For example, here is an excerpt from Harvard trying to link zinc with loss of smell.

    Disclaimer… I am requesting clarification only. I have no intention of undermining anything that was discussed in the video. I personally would increase my zinc intake if I could figure out an easy way to do so (Meat seems like a good source ) .

    • Zinc sprayed into the nose damages the sense of smell. So don’t spray it into your nose.

      Freeda Vitamins makes 50mg Zinc Chelate in a tablet form. Taken 2x a day spaced at least a few hours apart it may be helpful.

      I have seen a 46 year old male patient improve his Covid-19 symptoms every time he took one of these without any other medication.

      I know people who take two tablets (spaced hours apart) at the onset of a cold and they claim that it helps them a lot–but only if they start taking this right away within the first few hours of noticing symptoms.

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