Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Linda
Submit Form on Saturday, December 20, 2008 at
my name is Linda. I am 64 years old; very healthy and
exercise (Pilates, strength training, Nautilas) three
times a week for 2 hours; which I have been doing
since I was 30.
the last few years, my lower back would always end up
hurting the next day. After getting it x-rayed by my
chiropractor; I found out I had bone spurs on my spine
and my back was a mess.
started taking EZORB in May 2008 and within the first
week; I noticed I didn't have any back pain. This
summer, I would also work out in my yard all afternoon
(mowing, digging, flower gardening; etc.) and the back
pain I used to get, is gone.
have been telling anyone who complains about back and
other pain problems about EZORB and how wonderful it
is; and will continue to. This product is amazing.
II: From L. Stem
Submit Form on Sunday, October 05, 2008 at
received my bottle of EZORB about 10 days ago. I
suffer from Fibromyalgia, and osteoarthritis. I can
already feel the relief from pain after taking EZORB.
took the bottle to my doctor, and she said that she
was glad that I am getting the calcium that I need,
and that the benefits of relieved pain will perhaps
help my Diabetes and Heart Disease.
am very pleased with the results that I have already
gotten. Thank you.
III: From Jan Q
Submit Form on Saturday, August 30, 2008 at
my name is Jan Q. I began having pain in my heel
around March 2008. I figured it was a heel spur, as I
remember what a friend went through. She had to have
the spur surgically removed.
I didn't want that, I remembered reading that Ezorb
could help. I began taking the eight capsules a day,
and I am pain free.
this point, I have not been able to reduce the amount,
because it tends to flare up a little if I do.
Obviously, the Ezorb is working. I hope to be able to
reduce the amount soon, and eventually be entirely rid
of the spur. Thanks for a great product.
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Research News: Eating One or More Eggs a Day Linked to
Type II Diabetes
consumption of at least one egg or more is associated
with an increased risk for Type 2 diabetes,
researchers report in the journal Diabetes Care.
link was found in a prospective study of over 20,000
men and 36,000 women, and was independent of
established risk factors as well as potential dietary
confounders and a history of hypercholesterolemia.
median egg consumption among study participants was
much lower than this at one egg per week for both men
and women, and if the findings are borne out in
further studies, dietary advice to reduce egg
consumption would be targeted at individuals who
consume one or more eggs per day, the authors point
the current study, limited and inconsistent data
(mainly from animal models) have been reported in the
literature on the effects of eggs or dietary
cholesterol on glucose metabolism," explain Luc
Djousse (Harvard Medical School, Boston,
Massachusetts, USA) and colleagues.
team followed-up 20,703 men participating in the
Physicians' Health Study 1 for a mean of 20.0 years,
and 36,295 women from the Women's Health Study for
11.7 years. At baseline participants reported their
consumption of eggs and other foods over the past
year. The incidence of Type II diabetes was also
determined by participant self-report, in annual
with people who did not report eating eggs, intake of
seven or more eggs per week was associated with a 58%
increased risk for Type 2 diabetes in men and a 77%
increased for Type 2 diabetes in women. This was after
adjusting for potential confounders including:
established cardiovascular risk factors; exercise
level; energy, red meat, and fruits and vegetables
intake; family history of diabetes; and history of
hypercholesterolemia and hypertension.
analysis updating egg consumption during follow-up,
conducted in men only, showed a stronger association,
with hazard ratios for Type 2 diabetes of 1.10, 1.31,
1.40, 1.77, and 1.99 for consumption of one,
two-to-four, five-to-six, and seven or more eggs per
week, compared with less than one egg a week.
the societal burden of Type 2 diabetes, confirmation
of these findings in other populations and exploration
of possible underlying biological mechanisms are
warranted," Djousse and team conclude.
research was published in Diabetes Care 2009; 32:
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