Share Success: Letters From Readers
Malinda L., Sydney, Australia
at sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com
I have been a faithful reader of your newsletter for
the past 6 months. It's truly a great experience to read
letters from my fellow sufferers and to learn from their
success with EZorb. Thank you for providing this free
service. And I hope that people will find the same
benefit in my experience. So here it goes.
For the greater part of my adulthood, I have suffered
the effects of osteoarthritis and
the past five years, the condition has gradually
worsened, affecting my hands, feet, shoulders and lower
Because of my condition, I have developed scoliosis
of the spine and have made several visits to medical
specialists in an endeavour to obtain some relief from
my constant pain. On medical advice, I have been taking
strong painkillers and anti-inflammatory preparations.
These have provided me with some pain relief, but
unfortunately their constant use has left me with severe
In Australia we don't have immediate access to new
treatment that many of you Americans take for granted.
Luckily My husband came across EZorb when he was surfing
the Internet for new treatment on fibromyalgia. After
repeatedly reading and digesting all the information
available at your website we were fully committed to
give it a try.
Commencing in October 2003, I began taking the
capsules, 4 at a time, three times daily - a total of 12
per day. Within three weeks, I noticed that I was
suffering less severe pain and discomfort, and so was
becoming less reliant on painkilling preparations, and
at times noticing an almost complete absence of pain. I
also noticed that I fell asleep quicker and deeper,
something I had not been able to do for many years.
Christmas of 2003, I travelled to my brother's home
by public transport - a journey occupying about 11
hours, and almost constantly sitting in the one position
on coach and train. I am pleased to report that,
although I experienced some discomfort, it was nowhere
as severe as I had anticipated.
No doubt, intake of your
product was instrumental in making my journey much more
The first three months, I had maintained a dosage of
12 capsules per day. Starting in January of this year, I
lowered my intake to 8 per day, to see how I would cope.
Despite the lowered dosage, my condition kept improving.
Last month (February 2004), I again lowered the
dosage to 6 capsules per day, and have maintained that
quantity up until the present. The constant pain I had
experienced prior to taking EZorb has almost gone,
allowing me much more freedom of movement.
I have only been on EZorb for less than six months
and have already seen so much improvement. I am now a
regular client of EZorb. I intend to remain as such, and
have no hesitation in recommending it to my fellow
sufferers. I can positively say now that my original
scepticism has been replaced by gratitude. This product
has assisted me to lead a more active lifestyle.
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worldwide. Success stories you contribute will have a
great impact on many people's life. Kindly email your
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Interesting Reading: Heart Disease Risk Linked To Cold
Weather and Family Income At Birth
Study results suggest that babies born during cold
spells may have an increased risk of developing heart
disease in later life.
Dr Richard Mitchell, from the University of Edinburgh
in the UK, and colleagues found that people born during
colder months into poor families had a greater tendency
to store energy as fat than summer babies or those from
more affluent backgrounds.
"Our findings have some consistency with the
theory that exposure to cold temperatures around the
time of birth leads to increased fat storage and insulin
resistance, and hence to coronary heart disease in later
life," the researchers write in the journal Heart.
The team assessed 4286 postmenopausal women from 23
British towns and found that those born during the
winter were more likely to have coronary heart disease
and insulin resistance, as well as increased cholesterol
levels and poorer lung function, than those born at any
other time of year.
This increased risk was lost after adjusting for
outdoor temperature at the time of birth, suggesting
that temperature, and not food scarcity, is the most
Further analysis revealed that the association was
strongest for people whose fathers were either
unemployed or making minimum wages during the
participants' childhood. There was no such association
found in individuals with wealthier fathers.
"These findings help to strengthen our emerging
understanding of how inequality in socioeconomic
characteristics can interact with a 'natural' inequality
in the physical environment to generate and exacerbate
health inequalities," the researchers say.
Commenting on the findings, however, Dr Tim Bowker,
associate medical director of the British Heart
Foundation, added: "It is highly unlikely that low
temperatures at birth could be considered a significant
risk factor for coronary heart disease when compared to
the well known risk factors such as smoking, low
physical activity, unhealthy diet and high blood
Original Article Appeared in Heart 2004; 90:
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