Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Anonymous
Submit Form on Saturday, April 02, 2011 at
from the severe pain of fibromyalgia and finding out
the medical world had no cure, just drugs, I searched
the Internet to see if anyone had a cure.
said you did. I knew a lot about calcium, but was not
aware of the highly absorbable version you were
selling. I had nothing to lose, so I ordered it and
started taking it.
same night I noticed it was already starting to work
on my upper arm connective tissue - I could feel the
pain (healing type). I have been taking it about a
month, now, and the overall pain has reduced some, but
I can tell it is working on me, especially my upper
arms which were the most painful.
will let you know how I am doing at the end of 3
months. I have noticed that my whole body seems to be
working better in various ways. I'll give a more
detailed account the next time I comment.
II: From Roxanne S.
Submit Form on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at
my name is Roxanne S. It's been exactly 1 yr. since I
began talking Ezorb for osteoporosis with a T-score of
-3.0 in my L1-L4 spine.
praise and conviction I want to encourage anyone that
has this disease to believe in this product that it is
safe and without side effects and produce improved
received results yesterday for my yearly bone density
and had a noticeable change in my L1-L4 score of -2.2
T score. The doctor was very surprised to see such a
dramatic change in that period of time and was curious
what I was doing, when before she was trying to put me
on forteo injections everyday for 2 years to build
bone density. I refused to follow this advice knowing
that it was not the best option for me.
you EZORB you really changed my life!
III: From Pat O.
at info @ ezorbonline.com
on Friday, January 28, 2011 4:35 PM
we were discussing today, some months ago I developed
a painful bone spur on my left shoulder. My wonderful
orthopedist Steven Zelicof (who had repaired my
severed achilles tendon, done a successful rotator
cuff repair and given me a problem-free new hip)
looked at the spur and said he could shave it down.
addition to not wanting an operation and the attendant
rehab, I googled bone spur and found pages of
information and a way to solve the problem. So I
ordered EZorb, Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous (you can't
get it in a drugstore or CVS).
took 4 in the morning and 4 at night (along with my
regular calcium *Editor: you don't have to.*).
My bone spur diminished in size by 90 percent; and I
have no pain.
I take 2 with my morning vitamins/herbals and 2 in the
evening with the nighttime vitamins/herbals I usually
take. I can tell you the results have been
surprisingly definitive and positive.
IV: From Cindy
Submit Form on Monday, November 22, 2010 at
my name is Cindy and my husband Billy has a bone spur
in his heel, well not any more.
you so much for your product!!! He had gotten to the
point he could hardly walk at all. The doctors gave
him a boot to wear on his foot but it rubbed sores on
his legs so he would not wear it.
after he took his first bottle of Ezorb his foot did
not hurt anymore. Now I feel like I am getting one, so
I need to order some more Ezorb to get rid of mine.
again for making our home a happy one again!!!!
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Research News: Vitamin E May Help Hip Fracture
serum concentrations of vitamin E are associated with
better physical function after hip fracture, a study
involving elderly women shows.
50% of previously independent elderly people who
suffer a hip fracture will return to independent
living after the fracture, explain Christopher D'Adamo
(University of Maryland, Baltimore, USA) and
identifying modifiable factors associated with
expedited and more complete recovery of physical
function is of great importance in preventing this
loss of independence," they add.
serum concentrations of vitamin E have been associated
with declining physical function among older adults,
and the researchers hypothesized that higher vitamin E
concentrations would be associated with better
physical function in the year after fracture than
investigate, D'Adamo and team measured serum a-
and y- tocopherol levels - the two major
forms of vitamin E - in 148 women (mean age 82.3
years) shortly after hip fracture (baseline) and at
follow-up visits, conducted 2, 6, and 12 months post fracture.
these visits, each patient participated in four physical
function measures: the Six-Minute Walk
Distance, Lower Extremity Gain Scale, Short Form-36
Physical Functioning Domain, and Yale Physical
researchers report that baseline vitamin E
concentrations were positively associated with
Six-Minute Walk Distance, Lower Extremity Gain Scale,
and Yale Physical Activity Survey scores, and
significantly positively associated with faster
improvement in Lower Extremity Gain Scale and Yale
Physical Activity Survey scores, such that patients
with higher vitamin E levels performed better than
patients with lower levels on each of the tests..
same trend, but with stronger associations, was
observed for time-varying vitamin E concentration,
which assessed whether post fracture tocopherol
concentrations correlated with physical function
measures throughout the recovery period.
and co-authors comment that the mechanism through
which vitamin E may exert beneficial effects on
physical function in hip fracture patients is
currently unknown. They suggest that the potent
antioxidant activity of vitamin E may help reduce the
excessive oxidative stress that results from the hip
fracture injury and subsequent surgical repair.
in Journals of Gerontology: Series A, the authors
conclude: "Older adults at high risk for hip
fracture as well as those currently recovering from
this injury could potentially benefit from vitamin E
these findings will need to be confirmed in clinical
trials before increased vitamin E intake can be
recommended for hip fracture patients."
research was published in J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med
Sci 2011; Advance online publication.
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