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EZORB MONTHLY NEWSLETTER SEP 28, 2005

In this issue:

1. Share Success: Letters From Readers
2. Java Joy: Study Touts Coffee's Benefits
3. Useful Links
4. Calcium Absorption Test
5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb?
 

 

1. Share Success: Letters From Readers

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Letter I: From Betty A. Alabama, USA

Received at info @ ezorbonline.com on Thu 8/25/2005 12:49 PM

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Hi!

 

Well count me in for the "testimonials"!!!

 

Just had my bone density test on Tuesday and got the results today - "much improved" since the one done in 2003.!! And I was "at risk for a hip fracture" at that time.

 

WooHoo!!! You were right - EZorb definitely works! I knew my nails and teeth were stronger so was hoping that was a good sign. Turns out it was.

 

Thank you ever so much. Am telling everyone who will listen - this is the greatest!!!

 

Sincerely,

Betty

 

Letter II: From Sue, Michigan, USA

Received at sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com on Thu 8/11/2005 3:54 PM

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Just wanted you to know that I have been taking EZorb for a few months. I had been having a lot of pain in my hands, probably from the beginnings of arthritus. My regular vitamins, and calcium I normally take had done nothing to relieve the pain. It was so bad for three weeks I could hardly lift my coffee pot in the morning and they were hurting all day! After only a few weeks of taking EZorb, my hands are 95% better and NEVER hurt all day long like before!

 

Thank you EZorb

Sue in Michigan

 

Letter III: From A.

Received at sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com on Wed 7/27/2005 2:17 PM

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Hello,

 

Five months ago, I ordered my first three months supply of EZorb.

 

I fell in Sept. of 2004 and fractured my left hip. I was told I had advanced osteoporosis. I had to have 3 surgeries on the hip, with the last one Jan. 2005.

 

After the 3 months of taking EZorb, I had to have a physical. The nurse put my hand in a machine to measure bone density, and the dr. said the machine had malfunctioned as it showed only osteopenia (the precurser to osteoporosis). He sent me to the hospital for a Dexascan and it had the same results. My bone density had increased remarkably. My hip has improved at a remarkable rate and 

I attribute it to EZorb. As long as I can afford it, I will never stop taking it.

 

I have several people in Church and some other friends taking it now.

 

Thank you, 

A.

 

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From the Desk of EZorb Newsletter Editor:

This newsletter is now read by over 50,000 subscribers worldwide. Success stories you contribute will have great impact on many people's life. Kindly email your story to sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com. As always your private information will never be revealed to the public.

 

2. Java Joy: Study Touts Coffee's Benefits

 

When the Ink Spots sang "I love the java jive and it loves me" in 1940, they could not have known how right they were. Coffee not only helps clear the mind and perk up the energy, it also provides more healthful antioxidants than any other food or beverage in the American diet, according to a study released Sunday, August 28, 2005.

 

Of course, too much coffee can make people jittery and even raise cholesterol levels, so food experts stress moderation.

 

The findings by Joe A. Vinson, a chemistry professor at the University of Scranton, in Pennsylvania, give a healthy boost to the warming beverage.

 

"The point is, people are getting the most antioxidants from beverages, as opposed to what you might think," Vinson said in a telephone interview.

 

Antioxidants, which are thought to help battle cancer and provide other health benefits, are abundant in grains, tomatoes and many other fruits and vegetables.

 

Vinson said he was researching tea and cocoa and other foods and decided to study coffee, too.

 

His team analyzed the antioxidant content of more than 100 different food items, including vegetables, fruits, nuts, spices, oils and common beverages. They then used Agriculture Department data on typical food consumption patterns to calculate how much antioxidant each food contributes to a person's diet.

 

They concluded that the average adult consumes 1,299 milligrams of antioxidants daily from coffee. The closest competitor was tea at 294 milligrams. Rounding out the top five sources were bananas, 76 milligrams; dry beans, 72 milligrams; and corn, 48 milligrams. 

 

According to the Agriculture Department, the typical adult American drinks 1.64 cups of coffee daily.

 

That does not mean coffee is a substitute for fruit and vegetables.

"Unfortunately, consumers are still not eating enough fruits and vegetables, which are better for you from an overall nutritional point of view due to their higher content of vitamins, minerals and fiber," Vinson said.

 

Dates, cranberries and red grapes are among the leading fruit sources of antioxidants, he said.

 

The antioxidants in coffee are known as polyphenols. Sometimes they are bound to a sugar molecule, which covers up the antioxidant group, Vinson said.

 

The first step in measuring them was to break that sugar link. He noted that chemicals in the stomach do the same thing, freeing the polyphenols.

 

"We think that antioxidants can be good for you in a number of ways," including affecting enzymes and genes, though more research is needed, Vinson said.

 

"If I say more coffee is better, then I would have to tell you to spread it out to keep the levels of antioxidants up," Vinson said. "We always talk about moderation in anything."

 

His findings were released in conjunction with the annual convention of the American Chemical Society in Washington.

 

In February, a team of Japanese researchers reported in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute that people who drank coffee daily, or nearly every day, had half the liver cancer risk of those who never drank it. The protective effect occurred in people who drank one to two cups a day and increased at three to four cups.

 

Last year, researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found that drinking coffee cut the risk of developing the most common form of diabetes.

 

Men who drank more than six 8-ounce cups of caffeinated coffee per day lowered their risk of type 2 diabetes by about half, and women reduced their risk by nearly 30 percent, compared with people who did not drink coffee, according to the study in Annals of Internal Medicine.

 

Bonnie Liebman, nutrition director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, said she was not surprised by Vinson's finding, because tea has been known to contain antioxidants.

 

But Liebman, who was not part of Vinson's research team, cautioned that while many people have faith that antioxidants will reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and more, the evidence has not always panned out. Most experts are looking beyond antioxidants to the combination of vitamins, minerals other nutrition in specific foods, she said.

 

More information is available at American Chemistry Society's website: http://www.chemistry.org.

 

3. Useful Links

EZorb Online

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Document for Health Care Professionals

Order EZorb

 

4. Calcium Absorption Test

EZorb Calcium has set a new world record of absorption rate. You can compare EZorb with other calcium supplements by using the simple step-by-step instructions we provide. E-mail your request to test @ ezorbonline.com for a copy of the instructions.

 

5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb?

EZorb Calcium has restored confidence in thousands of men and women. It has brought happiness and healthy life to families around the world. Click here to read what people say about EZorb.

 

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