Ceruloplasmin is a transporter for copper, correct?
Maybe I should know this, but I don’t. So, could someone explain it to me? Ceruloplasmin is a transporter for copper, correct? What does that mean? Does it transport copper INTO the cell? I ask because I found a copper made by MotherEarth Minerals, Inc. It is a sublingual that is angstrom sized and is suspended in negatively charged water. Dr. Ott with the company explained it to me that the fact that it is so small and in negatively charged water is what enables it to be able to make its way into the cell without a carrier. The negative charge has the cell draw it in like a sponge. Are carrier and transporter interchangeable words? I realize that the unbound still would need addressing, but this would allow the cells to have copper available to them more quickly while addressing the unbound copper situation. tia