Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Mel
Submit Form on Friday, September 24, 2010 at
my name is Mel, M/67. Over the last 30 years, I have
had three cortisone shots in my shoulders for calcium
deposits. About five years ago, I had a bone spur
surgically removed from my middle finger, right hand.
About 6 months ago, I noticed that the surgically
removed bone spur was growing back. Six other fingers
were growing bone spurs all in the joint closest to my
numbness in both hands when sleeping, I went for an
MRI, which showed I had osteoarthritis and calcium
deposits between the fifth and sixth cervical
had to try E-Zorb because hand numbness and painful
bone spurs were bothering me and I felt it would lead
to surgery without trying something.
three months on the EZorb protocol, I called Elixir
Industry and wanted my money back as it didn't seem to
be working. "Give it more time," I was told.
The skin on my finger of my surgically removed bone
spur had become super taut and was painful. I hung in
there with the protocol thinking that it might just
take a little longer and the alternatives were not
the skin on my surgically removed bone spur finger is
loose, the bone spur is gone as well as all the bone
spurs in my other fingers. My neck movement no longer
feels like there are rocks and sand in my spine and I
sleep in any position without experiencing numbness
which had been waking me up on a regular basis.
my situation, the extra time needed and the
continuation with the EZorb protocol worked. I will
continue taking EZorb as I don't want to go back to
failure and pain. I want to remain bone spur free and
stay asleep without numbness waking me up. I sleep
like a baby.
II: From Stella
Submit Form on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 10:31:58
my name is Stella. In 2003 I was diagnosed with
fibromyalgia giving me much pain and fatigue. I had
antidepressants, sleeping tablets, pain killers -
2006 I had my left hip joint replacement with no
complications and was told the right one would need to
be done in about 4 years. Shortly after this I was
diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the spine and was in
much pain again.
was advised but I did not want to undergo another
operation at that stage.
that time I discovered EZorb, calcium with high
absorbancy which claimed to be extremely effective for
the following disorders: osteoporosis, loss of bone
mass, arthritis/osteoarthritis joint pain, bone
fracture, bone spur and heel spurs, fibromyalgia,
nerve/muscle pain, and back pain/lower back pain. So I
gave it a go.
was very effective. My last xray showed only medium
deterioration of the right hip and no replacement has
been necessary. I have had no pain at all. My back
only gives occasional problems, mainly if I overdo
am still taking EZorb, at a lower dose than I began
with, and I believe it is a major factor in
controlling both fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis.
III: From Sally P.
mail received on Thursday, June 10, 2010 (Notes
included in the mail order)
last bone scan had really improved. I do not take
anything else because of side effects. My number was 3
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New Research: Vitamin D Supplementation Doesn't Reduce
fractures are not prevented by high or low dose
vitamin D supplementation, say UK and Australian
scientists who ascribe the observed low level of serum
vitamin D in fracture cases in their meta-analysis to
conflicting evidence from randomized controlled trials
(RCTs), vitamin D supplementation for the prevention
of fractures is widespread, note Jeffrey Lai, from the
Australian National University in Canberra, and
examine the current evidence regarding associations
between vitamin D, parathyroid hormone (PTH), and hip
fracture risk, the team conducted a meta-analysis of
existing data. They also undertook separate
meta-analyses of RCTs examining vitamin D
supplementation and hip fracture, and observational
studies of serum vitamin D status via
25-hydroxyvitamin D (25[OH]D) levels, PTH, and hip
RCTs recording hip fractures in 801 patients were
identified, alongside 17 case-control (n=1903) and
three cohort studies (n=51,414) of hip fracture and
serum 25(OH)D levels, and 10 case-control studies of
PTH and hip fracture (n=905).
there was no significant difference in hip fracture
risk in RCTs between patients randomly assigned to
receive cholcalciferol or ergocalciferol
supplementation versus placebo/control, at a relative
risk of 1.13. There were also no significant
differences between trials in which doses of less
than800 IU/day and 800 IU/day or more were
administered, at relative risks of 1.14 and 1.12,
25(OH)D levels were 33% lower in hip fracture cases
than in controls in case-control studies. There were
significant differences in the summary results between
population-based and hospital-based studies, with
reductions in serum 25(OH)D levels between cases and
controls of 40% and 24%, respectively, despite there
being significant heterogeneity between the studies.
team reports in the journal BMC Public Health that the
results from the cohort studies concerning the
association between serum 25(OH)D and hip fracture
showed essentially similar findings, with an apparent
dose-related increase in hip fracture for lower serum
25(OH)D levels. There were no significant differences
in serum PTH levels between hip fracture cases and
conclude: "A summary of the best available
evidence shows that neither higher nor lower dose
vitamin D supplementation prevents hip fracture.
and observational findings on vitamin D and hip
fracture appear to differ. The reason for this is
unclear; one possible explanation is uncontrolled
confounding in observational studies."
Research was published in BMC Public Health 2010; 10:
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