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In this issue:


1. Share Success: Letters From Readers
2. Research News: Psychosocial Factors Linked to MS Pain
3. Useful Links
4. Calcium Absorption Test
5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb and Marvlix?

1. Share Success: Letters From Readers 


Letter I: From Karen

Received at Testimonial Submit Form Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 14:47:17



Hi, my name is Karen.

I tried Ezorb a few years ago On and Off mind you. Of course I saw no results. Then one day I was reading the Newsletter and saw where a fellow had osteoporosis like I did.

It was in my hip and the pain was getting worse, it seemed by the day. The fellow stated he took Ezorb for two years straight and he is now normal in his bone tests. It woke me up. I decided if he can do it I can do it.

So I've been taking Ezorb for a year now and the pain is gone in my hip. I'm still a little weak if I walk too long. I still have another year in my eyes but even now I figure Ezorb and my hip wellness are a great success.

Letter II: From Donna

Received at Testimonial Submit Form Monday, March 30, 2015 at 15:12:28



Hi, My name is Donna.

I've been taking ezorb for about 9 or ten years. I haven't taken a bone density test for quite sometime. The last bone density did show some good results but was still in the high end.

I have stayed away from a bone scan because the Dr. that I was seeing has always wanted me to take Fosamax, or any other osteo drug. I always refused and she kept insisting that calcium wasn't enough. I now have a new Doctor and am planning a bone density soon. I am now upping my dosage as I just found out I have a vitamin D deficiency. Good to know. I am taking care of that. Long cold winters doesn't help.

A couple of years ago I had a horrible fall down a flight of stairs. No broken bones. I'm also 60 years old. Thanks to ezorb I had no broken bones from the fall. Since that is the case, why on earth would I need osteo drugs.


Letter III: From Judith VB.


Received at ezorb @ Thursday, April 2, 2015 5:41 PM



Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my inquiry. Now that I understand the cause of this disease, I have every reason to believe that Ezorb taken as prescribed will strengthen my friends bones and do just as you've said.

My confidence is sure because Ezorb has done wonders for my 'skeleton'. I have suffered 2 very freaky, accidental falls in the past 4 years, both of which should have broken me up very badly. In both cases before arising from the concrete pavement, I prayed and asked for help to get up. Not only was I able to get up on my own but never suffered bone fractures of any sort.

In one case I had Xrays, around my neck and jaws, and the technician declared all was well. That fall was filmed on surveillance cameras. Everyone who watched marveled that I had not broken my neck.

So, my first confidence is in God, of course, for it was He who lead me to your Ezorb site. My doctor had told me, over 10 years ago that I had osteopenia and strongly advised me to take Formosa to build up my bones.

I went home and Googled osteopenia and your popped up.

I said, "YES! NO Drugs!" and ordered EZorb immediately. We stopped the big 'O' in its tracks and instead began to build up a very strong skeleton. I am a 74 years 'young' woman and enjoying life to the MAX! I take Marvlix as well, and am very happy with both products. And, yes, I tell anyone who will listen about the results I've had.

I am very thankful for the work you are doing and for providing these excellent and very effective products.

May you be blessed for your humanitarian efforts. I pray JehoVah's favor and Wisdom upon you as you continue with your research and kindness to the likes of me.



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. If your testimonial is selected for publication, you will receive a free gift of 3 bottles of EZorb Capsules, EZorb Powder, or Marvlix of your choice.

2. Research News: Psychosocial Factors Linked to MS Pain


Psychosocial factors are important and potentially modifiable determinants of persistent pain in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) who are taking pain medication, research shows.

In an analysis of 608 MS patients, psychosocial factors explained 24% of the variance in pain severity and 30% of the variance in pain interference - more than demographical and disease variables, which together explained 19% and 26%, respectively.

And 85% of the patients surveyed had a Brief Pain Inventory Short Form score in the moderate-to-severe range, with 96% reporting chronic pain of more than 6 months' duration. This was despite 93% of patients using pain medications; 72% used two or more medications but only achieved around a 50% pain reduction.

"These initial findings suggest that pain is an important problem and biomedical approaches to MS-associated pain may benefit from a broader perspective", write Rona Moss-Morris (King's College Hospital, London, UK) and study co-authors in the European Journal of Neurology.

Pain was the MS symptom that was most commonly rated as interfering, although patients rated it behind fatigue, sexual dysfunction and balance difficulties in terms of the severity of interference.

The psychosocial variables assessed included anxiety and depression, pain catastrophizing, pain acceptance, cognitive fusion, avoidance–endurance behavior and pain perceptions.

Even after removing the emotional component (i.e., anxiety and depression) from the analysis the researchers found that psychosocial variables still explained 23% and 28% of the variance in pain severity and interference, respectively, "suggesting that the effects are not just due to negative mood."

The team points out that patients with more severe and interfering pain had more pain catastrophizing, were likely to view pain as being persistent over time with serious consequences and tended to avoid social and physical activities.

Yet patients' pain endurance, in the form of persisting with activity, had no particular relationship with pain outcomes, "suggesting that maintaining activity does not worsen pain whilst avoidance does", say the researchers. "Many patients are told by health professionals to rest when in pain and this may in fact not be the best advice."

However, they caution that their study cannot establish the direction of causality, although they say that "from a clinical perspective, disease factors interact in a reciprocal way with the psychosocial factors", suggesting that to intervene might be to break a vicious circle of psychosocial factors and pain.

Original research was published in Eur J Neurol 2015; Advance online publication.

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4. Calcium Absorption Test

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5. What Are Others Saying About EZorb and Marvlix?

EZorb and Marvlix have 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 and Marvlix.

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