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In this issue:


1. Share Success: Letters From Readers

Interesting Research: Type 2 Diabetes Reduces Risk of Prostate Cancer

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


1. Share Success: Letters From Readers 


Letter I: From Sheila

Received at Testimonial Submit Form on Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 09:22:06



Hi, my name is Sheila. I have had R.A. for 17 years and have been trying to find a more natural way to treat this disease for most of them. I never had luck with the doctor's because the side effects of the drugs were worse than the disease.


I started taking Ezorb about a month ago and the immediate things I noticed were I am sleeping better, and I have been losing weight. I am also noticing that my joints are moving and cracking and popping more easily and my chiropractor noticed that I adjusted easily on my last treatment and wondered if I had been in the whirlpool before my visit. I haven't filled him in just yet on Ezorb, maybe next month.


I am still taking 1 tablet of Ibuprofen in the morning, but I am very positive that this will improve too. I know I can't reverse 17 years damage this fast, but for the first time I am really hopeful that the combination of Ezorb and other supplements could finally turn my health around. I will keep you posted.



Letter II: From Kelly

Received at Testimonial Submit Form on Tuesday, February 09, 2010 at 21:48:46



Hi, my name is Kelly. I am just about to finish my first 3 months of e-zorb. I was able to cut the Lyrica completely. I don't want to depend on Lyrica ever again.


My pain is more bearable. The dentist noticed my teeth. They were soft and bleeding. Now they are strong and healthy. No cavities to fill.



Letter III: From Adriana O.


Received at sharesuccess @ on Saturday, January 30, 2010 8:45 AM





My name is Adriana. I am 67 yrs. old and one of your customers.


Here is my story:


A year ago I had scanned my spine with a result of -2.5. The hip showed -0.5. I was prescribed Boniva, but after reading the long list of side effects I've got real scared. This, made me try alternative treatments.


Searching the Internet, I found the E-Zorb. The testimonials of other people gave me the courage to try Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous, which had no side effects.


I have a cyst on my left kidney and the urine shows hematuria and lots of white milky consistency (especially in the morning - but disappears during the day). At night, I have this feeling of burning on my feet. During the day, the soles sometime are swollen, like I am stepping on pillows. The big toe on the left foot feel funny like I step on the coarse carpet.


The blood pressure runs average 135. Eating salty foods the pressure jump to 150. I have a low salt diet that keeps the pressure at low level. Also diuretic teas help not to take the pill daily because the blood pressure goes too low.


The medications I take are: Metoprolol 0.50mg/day (have lots of side effects also) and from time to time, an aspirin for headache. I drink diuretic teas that help for eliminating toxins.


Following the dosage instructions for E-Zorb, I have to tell that I am on my last container at three leveled spoon/day.


The pain on the back between the humeral blades has disappeared, also all the white spots on all my nails.






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. Interesting Research: Type 2 Diabetes Reduces Risk of Prostate Cancer


Men who are hospitalized for Type 2 diabetes have a reduced risk for developing prostate cancer than men in the general population, suggest results from a Swedish study.


However, risks for developing other cancers, such as those of the liver and pancreas, were higher in Type 2 diabetic than nondiabetic patients.


"The lower risk for prostate cancer was largest for patients with multiple hospitalizations," report Kari Hemminiki (German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg) and colleagues.


The team hypothesized that the chronic metabolic and hormonal disturbances that are characteristics of Type 2 diabetes may predispose to cancer. The researchers compared cancer types and incidence rates among Swedish men and women hospitalized for Type 2 diabetes during 1964-2007, with those among the general population in Sweden during the same period.


Of the 125,126 people hospitalized for Type 2 diabetes during the study period there were 1458 cases of prostate cancer. Hemminiki et al calculated standard incidence ratios (SIRs) for the observed number of cases versus the expected number for men with familial Type 2 diabetes, men whose follow-up began immediately after their last hospitalization, and those whose follow-up began 1 and 5 years after their last hospitalization.


After adjusting results for obesity, the researchers found an elevated risk for 24 cancers among Type 2 diabetes patients compared with the general population, with the highest risk seen for pancreatic (SIR=6.08) and liver cancer (SIR=4.25).


By contrast, Type 2 diabetes patients had a lower risk for prostate cancer than men in the general population, with an SIR of 0.84 for those whose follow-up began 1 year after their last Type 2 diabetes hospitalization.


Prostate cancer risk decreased even further in patients whose follow-up began 5 years after their last Type 2 diabetes hospitalization, with a SIR of 0.77, and was lower still among men who had familial Type 2 diabetes, at a SIR of 0.54.


Notably, remark the researchers, prostate cancer risk dropped to an SIR of 0.42 in patients who were hospitalized three to five times as a result of their Type 2 diabetes, and 0.10 in those with more than five hospitalizations.


"The lower risk for prostate cancer has been observed in other studies, which is consistent with a lower level of serum prostate-specific antigen in diabetics," writes the team in The Oncologist.


Hemminiki said: "Possibly, a lower level of male sex hormones in diabetics may be among the factors that are responsible for this."

The team concludes: "Unraveling of the underlying mechanisms may give important clues about the shared pathways of Type 2 diabetes and prostate cancer."


Original research was published in Oncologist 2010 Advance online publication.



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4. Calcium Absorption Test

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5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb?

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