Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Barbara
Submit Form on Wednesday, January 07, 2009 at
am thrilled about your EZorb. I just came from my Dr,
for my yearly and she was very excited over my Bone
Density test. A year ago she wanted me on Boniva but I
was not excited about taking it, so without telling
her I started with Ezorb.
after my test I have doubled my numbers for the good,
she said keep it up and we will check it in two years.
I've gone from osteoporosis in my spine to osteopenia.
am a 58 year old female. I can't thank you enough. I
must say I'm as surprised as my Dr.
II: From Connie M. PA
Submit Form on Saturday, November 08, 2008 at
my name is Connie. After developing heel pain I
searched the net for possible non-medical solutions. I
had never heard of EZorb. I read the testimonials with
interest (as I also have fibromyalgia and other joint
problems) but took them with a grain of salt (who
knows who posted those comments?).
would really like to know what this stuff is and how
it works--because WORK -it does!!
pain in my left hand, which was making it useless is
almost completely gone. I can hold a book with it
again. The pressure points in my hips which would be
painful by early morning--assuring that I be an early
for the heel pain--if I press real hard I can still
feel a tender place on my heel. All this after 4 days
of 6 tsp. of EZorb per day.
husband has now started taking it and I can think of 5
or 6 friends I would like to have try this.
III: From Elma
Submit Form on Sunday, November 02, 2008 at
my name is Elma. I have written in before because of
my results with Ezorb after taking fosamax. Well I was
nervous about going to my doctor and giving her the
news of me giving up fosamax on my own.
didn't question me a lot as she knew I never wanted to
take the fosamax anyway.
the day came when I got my results back from a bone
density test and the doctor said well dear your test
is very good and I never heard her say that before.
then what surprised me even more was she said and with
Ezorb you have no side effects.
have nothing but good to say about Ezorb.
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Research News: Drinking Coffee May Reduce Stroke Risk
who regularly drink coffee are less likely to suffer a
stroke than those who rarely drink the beverage,
evidence suggests that coffee consumption does not
increase the risk of heart disease and may actually
protect against the development of Type 2 diabetes,
explain Dr Esther Lopez-Garcia, from Universidad Autonoma
de Madrid in Spain, and colleagues.
data on the relation between coffee consumption and
stroke are sparse," they add.
address this, the team analyzed data on 83,076 women
who participated in a long-term health study. None of
the women had a history of stroke, coronary heart
disease, diabetes or cancer at the start of the study.
participant's coffee consumption was first assessed in
1980, and then every 2-4 years until 2004.
the course of the study period, the women suffered a
total of 2280 strokes.
revealed that, compared with women who drank less than
one cup of coffee a month, those who drank five to
seven cups a week were 12% less likely to suffer a
stroke, those who drank two to three cups a day 19%
less likely to suffer a stroke, and those who drank at
least four cups a day 20% less likely.
findings, which were stronger in nonsmokers than
smokers, remained significant after accounting for
age, diet, body mass index, high blood pressure and
cholesterol levels, physical activity, alcohol intake,
menopausal status and the use of hormone replacement
consumption of other drinks containing caffeine, such
as tea and caffeinated soft drinks, was not associated
with stroke, notes the team.
Lopez-Garcia and colleagues conclude in the journal
Circulation: "Long-term coffee consumption was
not associated with an increased risk of stroke in
women. In contrast, our data suggest that coffee
consumption may modestly reduce risk of stroke.
data support the hypothesis that components in coffee
other than caffeine may lower the risk of
they add: "These results should be supported by
further research before the possible implications for
public health and clinical practice are
study was published in Circulation 2009
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