Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Annie V.
Submit Form on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at
my name is Annie V. I was diagnosed with
osteoporosis in 2003, and since I have gastritis, I
could not take any of the prescriptions offered.
did some research online and am I glad I did. I came
upon the site for EZorb, ordered it, and have been
taking it ever since. I HAVE NO PAIN!!!
are surprised when I tell them I am pain free, as I
was in a semi-truck accident and as a result, my head
is pulled over to my right shoulder. There is nothing
they can do about this, but the doctors say I should
be in terrific pain from the pulling on my spine.
osteoporosis has been reversed to osteopenia.
am 73 years of age and come from a family of
arthritis. I am learning how to play a guitar and also
paint. I have no pain in my hands or fingers.
live in an assisted living facility and have gotten
several residents started on EZorb. PLEASE don't ever
stop making EZorb.
God for you.
II: From Carole S. B.
at Mail Room Dated 6/25/2010
Whom It May Concern,
have sent back this invoice to make sure you got my
right address. I wish to purchase the same amount hope
you can send it off quickly.
experience with this product so far has been really
good, help the fibromyalgia, with I sleep all thru the
night, much less ache pain, have energy, etc. I am
even losing weight so I'm 100 percent satisfied and
thank you so much for giving back my life. I
III: From Frannie in N.H.
at ezorb @ ezorbonline.com
on Thursday, May 20, 2010 7:34 AM
just wanted to say that I have been taking ezorb
calcium for about 10 weeks now, after I received a
diagnosis of osteoporosis in January.
immediately I had much less pain in my hips and back!
I could barely believe how well it works. Please note
that I am 67 years old female and very small boned the
perfect storm for osteoporosis.
a couple of weeks I will be done with the loading
phase and be ready to reduce the dose. I am delighted
with the results and have gone back to work feeling so
have another dexa scan for a while, but I really feel
so much better I do not dread having the next one.
You for a great product!
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2. New Research:
Dark Chocolate May Reduce Hypertension
Australian study confirms reports that eating dark
chocolate may reduce systolic blood pressure (SBP) in
patients with hypertension and diastolic blood
pressure (DBP) in patients with pre-hypertension.
Ried (University of Adelaide, South Australia) and
colleagues attribute the BP lowering ability of dark
chocolate to the presence of the polyphenol flavanol
in cocoa products. "Flavanols have been shown to
increase the formation of endothelial nitric oxide,
which promotes vasodilation and consequently may lower
BP," they explain.
commented: "We found that [dark chocolate]
consumption can significantly, albeit modestly, reduce
blood pressure for people with high blood pressure but
not for people with normal blood pressure."
team reviewed the results of 15 studies comparing the
effects of cocoa-free placebo (white chocolate, milk
chocolate, or placebo capsules) versus flavanol-containing
cocoa products on the blood pressures of hypertensive,
pre-hypertensive, and normotensive patients for 2 to
polyphenol content (defined as flavanol, polyphenol
proanthocyanidin, epicatechin, and catechin) of the
cocoa product consumed by participants varied between
each study, from 30 mg/day to 1008 mg/day.
the studies reviewed, SBP was defined as hypertensive
if ¡Ý140 mmHg and normotensive if <140
mmHg. DBP was defined as hypertensive or pre-hypertensive
if ¡Ý80 mmHg and normotensive if <80
of the sub-groups, published in BMC Medicine, revealed
a significant reduction in the SBPs of hypertensive
patients and DBPs of pre-hypertensive/hypertensive
patients taking cocoa products, with a mean reduction
of 5.0 mmHg (p=0.0009) and 2.7 mmHg (p=0.01),
respectively, compared with those taking placebo.
normotensive patients however, the consumption of
cocoa products had no significant effect on BP
compared with placebo, with non-significant mean
reductions of 1.6 mmHg in SBP and 1.3 mmHg in DBP.
researchers conclude that despite its small size, the
reported BP reductions arising from cocoa consumption
has significant clinical relevance as "a decline
of 5 mmHg in SBP may reduce the risk of a
cardiovascular event by about 20% over 5 years."
add: "The effect of cocoa in a hypertensive
population is comparable to other lifestyle
modifications, such as moderate physical activity (30
min/d) [which] may reduce SBP by 4-9 mmHg."
the encouraging findings of the study, Reid et al warn
that "daily chocolate consumption may not be an
acceptable and practical treatment option."
study was published in BMC Medicine 2010; 8: 39
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