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In this issue:

1. Share Success: Letters From Readers
2. Research Digest: Low-Carb Diets May Raise 'Bad' Cholesterol Levels
3. Useful Links
4. Calcium Absorption Test
5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb?


1. Share Success: Letters From Readers 


Letter I: From Pete G.

Received from Testimonial Submit Form on Thursday, January 26, 2006 at 10:35:15



I have an unusual medical history that dates back to when I was about seventeen (1977). At that time I developed a form of irritable bowel syndrome that resulted in intestinal "dumping" if I ate sugary foods. The problem gradually got worse and worse until just about anything would trigger it. I tried diet changes and various kinds of medications and nothing helped. Since this seems to have originated from the small bowel, it resulted in bile and stomach acids being dumped into the large bowel, which produced very unpleasant systemic symptoms -- basically I would feel terribly ill for a day or two afterwards, so I lived my life walking on eggshells.


Starting in about 1998, a new problem was added: spontaneous cramps in various muscles. Sometimes it would be muscle masses just above the groin (at one point I was checked for appendicitis). Once I spontaneously tore a rotator cuff in one shoulder while sitting in a chair doing absolutely nothing but writing at my computer (it was treated by a sports medicine doc who assured me that this could NOT have happened spontaneously and wanted to know what I was trying to hide).


Then I started having increasing, widespread muscular pain. I found your product while doing a web search on fibromyalgia and started taking it about a month ago.


Starting about three weeks after beginning to take EZorb, I have had a complete remission of all symptoms -- not just the shoulder and other muscle pains (which was all I was hoping for) but the irritable bowel symptoms too. Apparently they all resulted from the same cause.


Interestingly, I had seen tons of traditional and alternative medical practitioners over the years, one of whom (a naturopathic physician) had put me on a ton of supplements including a Cal-Mag supplement. It had no effect on this at all. EZorb stopped it in its tracks.


Evidently I must be resistant to the absorption of calcium in some way, and the calcium carbonate or citrate forms don't do anything for me.


I'm glad I found you!


Letter II: From Carol P.

Received at sharesuccess @ on Sunday, January 22, 2006 10:45 PM



I think it's time to share my testimonial. I am a 59 year old female and have had osteoporosis for several years. My mother and adult daughter also have it. I had a bone density test (DEXA) in 2003 to see how extensive the osteoporosis was. My doctor tried to get me to take Fosamax or Evista. I prefer natural healing methods and I don't use pharmaceuticals. The side effects of these drugs are numerous and the bone that is produced is brittle and not of good quality.


I immediately went a nutritionist and got another bone test on his acuDEXA to establish a base line. The nutritionist suggested a product called Ultimate Bone Builder so I began taking it and had my bones tested again 6 months later. There was no improvement, just more bone loss so I stopped taking that product and began searching for a better product. In May of 2004, I ordered EZorb after reading about it on the Internet. My next test in August 2004 showed that the bone loss was slowing down. My recent test last Thursday (Jan. 19, 2006) showed that the bone loss has now reversed and I am now building bone. I emailed EZorb and they told me that I had increased my bone density by just slightly short of 5%. That's a 5% increase in 18 months.


There were a few months in 2005 that I stopped taking all my supplements (including EZorb) due to job stress, time constraints, etc. and I didn't lift weights very regularly either. I think my bone density would have increased faster had I been lifting weights twice a week and taking the EZorb faithfully every day. I'm going to do just that for the next 3 months and then have another test to see if the rate of bone building has been accelerated. I want to improve from osteoporosis to osteopenia as quickly as possible to reduce the risk of fracture and then, at some point, reach normal bone density.


I would like to give a short explanation about the two types of bone testing that I did. On May 23, 2003, I went to Osteoporosis Centre for the big, expensive DEXA test that measures bone density in the spine. Ten days later I went to a nutritionist who had a small machine called an acuDEXA that measured the middle finger of my right hand (a $25 test). Testing just one finger exposes a person to less radiation. If the finger is gaining bone, then the rest of the skeleton is also gaining, but not necessarily at a uniform speed. I think there is an irregular pattern of bone growth with some areas gaining faster than other areas.


Here is a record of my test results and the date that I started taking EZorb: May 23, 2003 - DEXA at the Osteoporosis Centre - X-Ray of spine (T scores = -2.7 to -3.8) June 3, 2003 - First acuDEXA from nutritionist - X-ray of middle finger (BMD 0.427) Dec. 11, 2003 - Second acuDEXA from nutritionist - X-ray of middle finger (BMD 0.411) May 20, 2004 - I started taking EZorb. Aug 24, 2004 - Third acuDEXA from nutritionist - X-ray of middle finger (BMD 0.407) Jan 19, 2006 - Fourth acuDEXA from nutritionist - X-ray of middle finger (BMD 0.427)


Even though my current score of .427 is the same as it was in June 2003, the bone loss has stopped and my bone density is now increasing. If I continue building bone at this rate, my bones should reach normal bone density in five years. I'm hoping to speed that up as I mentioned. I will send my test score to you next May. Another gain that I've made is that a small, painful bump on my thumb joint shrinks and stops hurting when I take EZorb regularly and starts growing (and hurting) again when I stop. I'm not sure exactly what it is -- maybe a bone spur. Whatever it is, it's a great little reminder to get back on the product.


Thanks to all the people at Elixir Industry for making this great product available. I hope this testimonial will help others.






From the Desk of EZorb Newsletter Editor:

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2. Research Digest: Low-Carb Diets May Raise 'Bad' Cholesterol Levels


Although low-carbohydrate and low-fat diets give similar effects in terms of long-term weight loss, restricting carbohydrate intake may increase levels of "bad" cholesterol, called low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, a review of published studies suggests.


"Low-carbohydrate diets have become increasingly popular for weight loss. However, evidence from individual trials about benefits and risks of these diets to achieve weight loss and modify cardiovascular risk factors is preliminary," explain Dr Alain Nordmann, from University Hospital Basel in Switzerland, and colleagues.


They therefore reviewed the results of five studies, involving more than 400 participants aged 42 to 49 years, that compared the effects of low-carbohydrate diets, in which no more than 60 g of carbohydrate could be eaten in a day, and low-fat diets, in which a maximum of 30% of daily calories were obtained from fats.


The researchers found that after 6 months, dieters were more likely to stick with the low-carbohydrate diet than the low-fat scheme, at 70% and 56%, respectively.


Furthermore, after the 6 months, those following the low-carbohydrate diet had lost an average of 3.3 kg more than those using the low-fat plan. However, by 12 months, weight loss, blood pressure, and diet completion rates were similar between the two groups of dieters.


When the researchers studied cholesterol levels among the participants, they found that, after 6 months, total cholesterol levels were 8.9 mg/dl higher in the low-carbohydrate dieters than in the low-fat dieters, and after 12 months, they were 10.1 mg/dl higher.


Similarly, levels of LDL cholesterol were 5.4 and 7.7 mg/dl higher in low-carbohydrate after 6 and 12 months, respectively, than in low-fat dieters.


However, the low-carbohydrate diet did produce slight increases in levels of "good" cholesterol, called high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and decreases in levels of other potentially damaging blood fats after 6 months compared with the low-fat diet.

Nevertheless, Dr Nordmann and team conclude in the Archives of Internal Medicine: "In the absence of evidence that low-carbohydrate diets reduce cardiovascular morbidity [illness] and mortality, such diets currently cannot be recommended for prevention of cardiovascular disease."


Original Paper Appeared in Arch Intern Med 2006; 166: 285-293


3. Useful Links

EZorb Online

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Document for Health Care Professionals

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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 @ 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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