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In this issue:


1. Share Success: Letters From Readers

Research News: Vitamin D May Promote Bone Loss

3. Useful Links
4. Calcium Absorption Test
5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb?

1. Share Success: Letters From Readers 


Letter I: From Laurie T.

Received at on Tuesday, February 28, 2012 5:11 AM



My name is Laurie T. and I, too, am amazed at EZorb.

I was diagnosed with Osteopenia at the age of 48 and was placed on Fosomax which made my entire body ache. After researching the medicine I realized there were many negative side effects of the drug and took myself off of it.

I investigated and found EZorb and have been taking it for more than a year. Not only do I feel better, I truly believe that it has boosted my immune system and is rare if I get sick. If I do happen to come down with something, it is light and I am over it quickly.

I am so pleased with this that I often recommend it to my family and friends. I go back for my bone scan in a few months and I am confident that my diagnosis of Osteopenia will be reversed. Thank you for much for such a wonderful product!

Laurie T.

Letter II: From Dr. Albert Bottari

Received at Testimonial Submit Form on Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 14:49:28 at 10:34:45



Hi, my name is Dr. Albert Bottari, I have been in the health profession for more than forty years and developed plantar fasciitis several months ago.

I started using EZorb three months ago and have reordered my supply for maintenance purposes and for pain relief.

Your product is wonderful and I have recommended it to several of my patients, friends and family. I will certainly continue on this course.

Dr. Al

Letter III: From James, Maryland, USA


Received at Testimonial Submit Form on Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 08:48:28



Hi, my name is James living in Maryland.

I suffered from heel spur for more than 20 years. I went through several podiatrists. I got special shoes, injections and a surgery but nothing worked. Finally I gave up a hope of being healed long time ago.

Because of the heel spur on my left foot walking was painful. Whenever my wife suggested to take a walk with me I hesitated and when we walked I didn't work more than 30 minutes. When we walked together I usually fell behind. I couldn't catch up with her speed.

When I couldn't put my weight on my left foot because of foot pain it burdened my back and left shoulder. My muscle got tight and hard and my wife had to suck out some blood in a special way to remove bad blood.

I couldn't lift up heavy things such as chairs. I could lift them up but I had to put weight on my back instead of my foot. I can't describe all the pains I went through. I know how it started. It started when I wore shoes smaller than my feet some twenty years ago. I got a cone on top of one of toes. Since then I began to have pain. I thought it would go away but it didn't.

Though walking was difficult I played tennis because I loved to play it. After playing my pain got worse and my wife had to massage my foot. Whenever I massaged the painful spot on my foot I felt pain.

I had to hit my left foot with my right foot or stomp my left foot to the floor to massage it.

Though I had given up hope of being healed recently the pain got worse and my wife recommended to see another podiatrist. I found one doctor and made an appointment to have a surgery again. I was going to submit FMLA to take a month off from work.

At the same time I told my pain to a friend of mine who is a nurse. He found this product Ezorb. I read Marvin's testimony. I was skeptical about Ezorb. I thought Ezorb is one of the millions product people want to sell. I thought if doctors couldn't heal how in the world a herb could heal. If a bone spur happens why should I provide more calcium to make it worse? It didn't make a sense. But Marvin's testimony was powerful. The symptoms and pains Marvin described exactly matched my pains. So, I thought I would give it a try for a month.

I had seen some podiatrists but I wasn't healed. I cancelled the appointment and ordered one box of Ezorb. I have taken 10 capsules a day as recommended. And amazing things began to happen.

Now I say, 80 percent of pain is gone!!! Last weekend I played tennis for two days. I didn't feel need of massaging my foot. I didn't ask my wife to massage my foot. I even forgot to ask her to massage my foot. I don't hit my left foot with my right foot or stomp the floor again to massage my foot. I tested by walking around inside my house and I feel comfortable. So, I ordered two more Ezorb boxes.

They say I have to take a long term. At first I didn't like the idea of taking it for a long term. I expected to stop taking it after I am healed. But they say Ezorb provides calcium and prevents arthritis. If I don't have pain I am willing to take it all my life paying about $40 a month. I'd rather live a pain free life enjoying tennis and walking.

After 3 months I can take only 6 capsules and one box has 180 capsules. I didn't believe Ezorb product but now I believe it's working. Only 18 days passed since I took it. I have to wait more to be convinced. But I began to see the difference. I began to tell my friends how it is working.

Letter IV: From Luis D.S


Received at Testimonial Submit Form on Friday, September 30, 2011 at 12:47:36



Hi, my name is Luis D.S, I had bone spurs so bad it was impossible to walk I took Ezorb and Marvlix two month later, its 100 percent gone?


From the Desk of EZorb Newsletter Editor:

This newsletter is now read by over 70,000 subscribers worldwide. Success stories you have contributed over the years have had a great impact on many people's quality of life. Your continuous support will be greatly appreciated by tens of thousands who have been suffering and would continuously suffer, without your help! Please email your story to sharesuccess @ or simply post it at Testimonial Submit Form. Your personal information will never be revealed to the public.

2. Research News: Vitamin D May Promote Bone Loss


Vitamin D exerts opposing effects on bone mineralization depending on serum calcium levels, a study in mice suggests.

The findings indicate that the maintenance of normocalcemia "has priority over skeletal integrity," and that vitamin D not only increases calcium release from bone but also inhibits calcium incorporation in bone.

The study, which was led by Geert Carmeliet (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium), aimed to elucidate how bone responds to variations in dietary calcium intake and hence vitamin D-mediated intestinal calcium absorption.

"Insight into these issues is important for correct administration of calcium and vitamin D supplements," note Carmeliet and colleagues in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

The team developed knockout mice that lacked either the intestinal vitamin D receptor (Vdrint-), or the systemic and osteocyte-specific receptor (Vdr-/-), and compared them with wild-type mice.

As expected, Vdrint- mice showed a reduction in active intestinal calcium absorption, yet their serum calcium levels were normal. This contrasts with Vdr-/- mice, which were hypocalcemic, suggesting that Vdrint- mice can "balance the reduced calcium absorption by compensatory mechanisms," say the authors.

To investigate further they assessed bone homeostasis in the Vdrint- mice, finding that impaired calcium absorption reduced the accrual of bone mass, causing the bones to become fragile and prone to fracture. However, bone growth per se was unaffected.

Subsequent studies of Vdrint- mice showed that normocalcemia was maintained via an upregulation in bone turnover; that impaired mineralization contributed to reduced skeletal calcium content; and that increased skeletal Vdr signaling suppressed skeletal calcium incorporation. In addition, increased circulating levels of active vitamin D impaired mineralization by upregulation the expression of "mineralization inhibitors" such as pyrophosphates.

"Thus, while vitamin D is important for maintaining serum calcium levels, it can also promote bone density loss," the authors summarize.

They say their findings could help findings from clinical trials whereby - contrary to predictions - vitamin D supplementation had either a neutral or negative impact on fracture risk in elderly individuals.

"Conservation of normocalcemia is thus preferred over calcium storage in bone, a finding that should be kept in mind in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis," Carmeliet and co-authors conclude.

Original research was published in J Clin Invest 2012; 122: 1803–1815.

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4. Calcium Absorption Test

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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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