Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Anonymous
Submit Form on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at
been on EZorb for about a month and a half. A friend
told me about EZorb because she had been on Fosamax
and had side effects, so she went on the internet and
found EZorb on the internet. She has been on it for
over a year and has no aches and pains. We are both
my success story is that shortly after I started
taking EZorb, my diarrhea went away completely, and I
started having normal stools and just couldn't believe
it. Never knew when & where diarrhea would strike.
I was diagnosed as having C-def from taking medication
and that never leaves the body.
success is that I was diagnosed with plantar
fasciitis. Since taking EZorb, I have no pain at all.
My pain was horrible and now I can walk with pain free
which is super.
to the state fair and walked all over last Sunday and
my feet were fine. Have bone spurs in my back and now
feel much better.
was diagnosed with osteopenia so will look forward to
seeing my next density test. I now also take Marvlix
and feeling much more pep.
truly believe in EZorb and recommended it to friends
who are also now taking it. I love reading the
testimonials to see the success of others. I had such
faith that I bought 6 bottles before even trying it.
I'll never be without it.
II: From Karen
Submit Form on Thursday, July 01, 2010 at 13:37:19
my name is Karen. After taking EZorb for a year I had
a bone scan today. My hip which has low density but
not osteoporosis, improved 1.5%. My spine which was
just over the line into osteoporosis improved 4.5%.
I no longer have osteoporosis. I have taken EZorb
faithfully and also worked out 2-3 days a week with
weights so can't say which helped. I assume both did.
I think this is quite an accomplishment because it was
done without taking estrogen.
going to keep on and see what next year brings. Thank
you for your product and your help.
III: From Anonymous
Submit Form on Saturday, May 22, 2010 at 13:37:51
have been taking Ezorb for a little over 3 years.
After my first nine months of using it, my bone
density test showed an increase in bone density for
the first time in ten years.
am anxiously awaiting my next test to see if my
progress is greater. I took Alendronate for about 18
months and my test after that showed a drop in bone
density. I stopped taking it because it wasn't doing
me any good and I had memory problems while I was
the Desk of EZorb Newsletter Editor:
newsletter is now read by over 70,000 subscribers
worldwide. Success stories you have contributed over
the years have had a great impact on many people's
quality of life. Your continuous support will be
greatly appreciated by tens of thousands who have been
suffering and would continuously suffer, without your
help! Please email your
story to sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com
or simply post it at Testimonial
Submit Form. Your personal information will never be
revealed to the public.
Interesting Research: Type II Diabetes Prevalence
Linked to Socio-Economic Inequality in Women
increasing prevalence of Type II diabetes in England
over recent years is linked to greater socio-economic
inequality in women, but not men, report UK
II diabetes affects all socio-economic groups, but has
been observed to be more common in lower
Imkampe and Martin Gulliford from King's College
London explained: "We specifically aimed to
determine whether socio-economic inequalities in
diagnosed diabetes are reducing or increasing over
researchers analyzed data from the Health Survey for
England collected in 1994, 1998, 2003, and 2006.
Overall, 41,643 individuals aged 35 years or above
were included in the study. The prevalence of
self-reported, doctor-diagnosed diabetes in relation
to household income, educational level, and
occupational social class was assessed.
reported in the European Journal of Public Health, the
team found that the prevalence of diabetes in men and
women in 1994 was 3.74% and 2.28%, respectively. By
2006, these values had increased to a corresponding
7.25% and 4.88%.
authors found evidence for an association with
socio-economic status in women, but not men, in 2006.
from the lowest social class, defined according to the
Registrar General's Classification, were 4.54 times
more likely to have diabetes compared with women in
the top social class in 2006. Similarly, women with
little or no education (below GCSE level) had a 96%
increase in relative risk compared with those who had
achieved A-levels or above.
addition, the Slope Index of Inequality for social
class and level of education in women increased
between 1994 and 2006, from -1.65 to -4.95 and from
-1.39 to -6.48, respectively.
are several possible explanations for this
finding," say Imkampe and Gulliford.
"Diabetes incidence could have increased
disproportionately among lower socio-economic groups.
Case ascertainment may have improved particularly in
lower socio-economic classes."
add: "The finding may also be related to an
increasingly ageing population with women living
longer than men and the higher risk of poverty with
older age, or to known inequalities in diabetes
morbidity and mortality, improving treatment options
for patients with diabetes and therefore potentially
longer survival of people with diabetes in lower
research was published in Eur J Public Health 2010.
Asked Questions & Answers
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 @
for a copy of the instructions.
What Are Others Saying About 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.