The inactive precursor protein is progressively hydrolyzed into smaller fragments (one of which is neurophysin I) via a series of enzymes.The last hydrolysis that releases the active oxytocin nonapeptide is catalyzed by peptidylglycine alpha-amidating monooxygenase (PAM).The relationship between structure and function is understood for many PTMs but remains incomplete for others, particularly in the case of complex PTMs, such as glycosylation.A better understanding of such structural-functional relationships will facilitate the development of second-generation products displaying a PTM profile engineered to optimize therapeutic usefulness.We are going to be talking about the issues surrounding copper dysregulation, which is a simultaneous copper deficiency and copper toxicity. It was very good for my adrenals, bad for everyone else learning about health. I just enjoy what I do, so it’s a byproduct of that. Wendy: But first, why don’t you tell the listeners a little bit about yourself and why you became a health coach? This wasn’t what I thought I would be doing when I grew up, but I affectionately refer to myself as a pre-med retread.It’s a very confusing subject that I wanted to shed light on for my clients and for anyone who has no idea about this health issue because it absolutely is the defining underlying cause of health issues today in America – and around the world as well. But Morley, let’s talk about today about copper toxicity, copper dysregulation. When I was in college, I had designs of becoming a doctor.Pro IAPP consists of 67 amino acids, which follow a 22 amino acid signal peptide which is rapidly cleaved after translation of the 89 amino acid coding sequence.
In the pituitary gland, oxytocin is packaged in large, dense-core vesicles, where it is bound to neurophysin I as shown in the inset of the figure; neurophysin is a large peptide fragment of the larger precursor protein molecule from which oxytocin is derived by enzymatic cleavage.Morley and I actually tried to record this podcast last week and had so many technical difficulties we couldn’t do it. This is a very, very intense podcast, a chockfull of information. Look forward next week to part two of copper dysregulation. Please consult your healthcare practitioner before engaging in any treatment or option or supplementation that we suggest to you on the show. I think it’s excellent for anyone with adrenal fatigue. There’s lots of herbs out there, but I really think everyone, just like their food, should be taking organic, food-based supplements as well and this is one of the ones that I highly recommend if you’re stressed out, have adrenal fatigue or want some help sleeping. Morley was a hospital executive and consultant for 32 years, but left to become a wellness coach and health practitioner. I went into the hospital field, worked there for 32 years and developed a frozen shoulder, which forced me into the alternative healing world, the world of natural healing kicking and screaming and realized that that was my calling and I became a wellness coach.But yet again, we had more technical difficulties where the audio worked, but the video would not. For any of you guys that love supplements as much as I do, I have a new supplement that I’m using that I absolutely love. It will really calm the body down and really calm down the nervous system and assist sleep and to aid in healing the adrenal glands. Wendy: Our guest today is Morley Robbins, also known as the Magnesium Man and he’s the found of the Magnesium Advocacy Group on Facebook. He currently does hair mineral analysis, a program very similar to Mineral Power. Robbins has completed the Well Coaches Training Certification as well as the Institute for Integrative Nutrition Health Coaching Program, the one that I went to as well. Robbins received a BA in biology from Denison University in Ohio and holds an MBA from George Washington University in healthcare administration. I really haven’t had a break in about two and a half years. So I took a week off and I did not look at my computer. I really quite unexpectedly had become an expert on minerals.Wendy: Thank you so much for tuning in to the Live to 110 Podcast. Today, we are having my very good friend, Morley Robbins on the show. Wendy: So we’re going to talk today about copper dysregulation. You can find this video podcast on the You Tube channel, Wendy Liveto110.