Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Louise
Submit Form on Friday, September 02, 2011 at 15:49:03
Hi, my name is Louise. I have been taking Ezorb for two years. Finally, my bone density improved.
Then for a short time, I ran out of Ezorb and was in the midst of moving residence. I decided to wait to order Ezorb until I was settled in my new home.
Boy was that a mistake! I started getting aches and pains that I have not had throughout while taking Ezorb. My buttocks hurt, my legs hurt, my ribs hurt. The only thing I can attribute it to - no EZORB!
I went to the doctor, got checked out, and nothing could be found to be causing the pain...no new fractures, nothing! I then realized it is EZORB that has been keeping me pain free and without what people call - the pains of growing old.
In addition, it is EZORB that has aided me my bone density improving and not getting worse.
Needless to say, I have my EZORB on the way. My hat is off to Elixir Industry for offering Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous by the brand name of EZORB. I highly recommend it.
I am not even starting their other product Marvlix. It will be great to see how the combination works.
II: From L. J. Silver
Submit Form on Friday, August 12, 2011 at 18:48:57
I started taking Ezorb Calcium about 6 1/2 years ago. I had been taking calcium products since I was 35 ( 1 am now 64). My Rheumatologist did a bone scan and said it appeared I was in the very beginning stages of osteoporosis, and put me on lowest dosage of Fosomax.
In the mean time, my girl friend found Ezorb and told me about it being 92% absorbable. I ordered it and started taking your product faithfully everyday. A year or so later, I retired, moved to Texas, and saw a new doctor who ordered a bone scan two years after the first one.
I was still taking Ezorb Calcium. I get a phone call about a week after this bone scan, with the doctor asking me why I was put on Fosomax. I explained what the Florida doctor said about my first bone scan. I was told this current bone scan showed I have no bone loss....in fact, my bone density was like a thirty year old. I was told Fosomax was no longer needed.
I had a bone scan again this year with the same results. You have a terrific product. Ezorb and daily exercise can keep osteoporosis prescription meds in the drugstore and out of my medicine cabinet! That is a good thing!
III: From Lorene
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Friday, June 10, 2011 at 02:06:52
Hi, my name is Lorene. I took EZorb for about one year as I had spurs on my right heel. I could not walk and was on crutches for 10 years off and on.
I took about 9 cap or maybe 10 a day. I also had pain on my right hip that prevented my sleep pattern. Soon after a few months on EZorb I had no pain on hip but still on foot.
I did not give up and don't you either. Now I can dance again, also cook, clean my car and go get mail.
Money is hard to come by but when your in pain and you have faith the good Lord will help you. Please keep making this product and God Bless you.
Lorene (Sorry it took so long to get back to you)
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Research News: Eating Nuts May Benefit Diabetes
Patients with Type 2 diabetes who consume 75 g of mixed nuts every day as a replacement for an energy-equivalent amount of carbohydrate show improved glycemic control and lipid profile, study results show.
Recently, concerns have emerged over the impact of refined carbohydrate foods in increasing postprandial glycemia and reducing high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol.
Women who took supplements had, on average, a 2.4 percent increased risk of dying over the course of the 19-year study, compared with women who didn't take supplements, after the researchers adjusted for factors including the women's age and calorie intake.
Replacement of carbohydrate by "healthy" fat, such as monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), has been increasingly recognized as a possible therapeutic strategy in the treatment of diabetes.
Furthermore, increased proportions of fat and protein in the diet, especially of plant origin, may confer metabolic benefits and reduce the risk for developing coronary heart disease (CHD) and diabetes.
"However, there is little guidance on the optimal foods with which to increase the fat and protein intakes, and fear persists that increasing the proportion of fat in the diet will increase body weight," Jenkins and team comment in the journal Diabetes Care.
Noting that few studies have addressed these concerns, the researchers initiated a study addressing the effect of mixed nut consumption as a source of vegetable fat.
They randomly assigned 117 Type 2 diabetic subjects to eat either mixed nuts (75 g/day), muffins, or half portions of both, with each of the three regimens providing 475 kcal (as part of a 2000-kcal total daily energy consumption).
The nuts were a mixture of unsalted and mostly raw almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts, peanuts, cashews, and macadamias. The muffin was a wholewheat product sweetened with apple concentrate, with no added sugar, and had a similar protein content to the nuts, by the inclusion of egg white and skim milk powder.
Over the 3-month study period, Jenkins et al found that the full-nut dose reduced glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) over the study period by 0.21%; by contrast there was no change in HbA1cc with the half-nut dose or muffin.
Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol also decreased significantly after the full-nut dose compared with muffin. The LDL cholesterol reduction after half-nut dose was intermediate and not significantly different from the other regimens.
Jenkins et al note that for the full-nut dose the resulting relative increase in MUFA intake was modest, at 8.7% of total calories.
"There is a requirement for pharmacological interventions aimed at improving glycemic control to demonstrate that they have no negative impact on CHD. In this respect, nut consumption not only improved glycemic control but also lipid risk factors for CHD," the researchers conclude.
Original research was published in Diabetes Care 2011; 34: 1706ĘC1711.
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