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In this issue:


1. Share Success: Letters From Readers

New Research: Overcooked Broccoli Still Benefits Cancer-Fighting

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


1. Share Success: Letters From Readers 


Letter I: From Mel

Received at Testimonial Submit Form on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 11:53:17



Hi, my name is Tina. 4-5 years ago I could hardly walk; hurt even turning over in bed. I have many jobs and cannot be disabled. I was in otherwise good health but now could hardly move.


I found Ezorb on internet. It helped me so much that eventually I just quit taking it. 4 years later my bones in my legs started hurting terribly again and I have plantar fasciitis and I could hardly walk as was the case 4-5 years ago.


I had an old bottle of Ezorb so I remembered that 4-5 years ago I was in extreme pain. So on a Saturday I took 3 tsps and this may sound fictitious but by the next day I felt much better. Sunday night after cleaning 7 hours I had pain but not as much.


I've been taking Ezorb now for nearly a week and cannot believe the difference in my walking ability. I am ordering some more right now because I see some of the testimonials even say that high blood pressure is even lowered with Ezorb and I know what it has done for my legs and feet.


I got the high blood pressure being stressed out about my daughter who had an aneurysm. I'm going to send her some to keep her blood pressure down and it certainly won't hurt her bones. (Editor: Marvlix works much better on optimizing blood pressure.)


Thank you Ezorb!

T. Smith



Letter II: From Hutch

Received at ezorb @ on Monday, August 2, 2010 3:00 PM



Dear staff,


Your answer makes perfect sense to me. Thanks for your thinking on this.


We have three perfect examples of Ezorb in action in our family: my wife, my sister-in-law, and my niece. All had bone issues and have benefited from Ezorb. I also take it for bone maintenance purposes.


I've recommended Ezorb to many others and am beginning to feel like a salesperson for Ezorb. 


My wife's bone density tests have gone from osteoporosis to normal after taking Ezorb. My sister-in-law got a good bone knit following hip replacement surgery when her doctor was worried that the bones might not knit to the spike because of her poor bone quality.


My niece is only 14 but has had several broken bones in her young life. She is very athletic, softball, and feels stronger and has had no bone issues since starting on Ezorb several months ago. She also grew about 5 inches in the last six months, so hope Ezorb is recommended for growing teenagers.


Thanks for your product.




Letter III: From Janet C.


Received at ezorb @ on Wednesday, June 23, 2010 at 04:51:39



I so hoped EZorb would work for me. My Mom had a very painful time before she passed because her bones just could not hold her up anymore.


The doctor told me some of the tests done on these and other products can be iffy. But I chose to try EZorb, started in May and I can see where it is doing something good.


My back doesn't ache like it has in the past when bending and working in the garden, before EZorb after working it was a week before I could do anything else.


Thank you for a product that works.



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. New Research: Overcooked Broccoli Still Benefits Cancer-Fighting


US researchers have found that bacteria in the lower gut are able to release sulforaphane, the powerful cancer-fighting agent in broccoli, from its parent compound glucoraphanin.


"This discovery raises the possibility that we will be able to enhance the activity of these bacteria in the colon, increasing broccoli's cancer-preventive power," said lead study author Elizabeth Jeffrey (University of Illinois in Chicago).


"It's also comforting because many people overcook their broccoli, unwittingly destroying the plant enzyme that gives us sulforaphane. Now we know the microbiota in our digestive tract can salvage some of this important cancer-preventive agent even if that happens," she added.


Although studies support the role of microbiota in the conversion of glucoraphanin to sulforaphane, it has remained unclear by what mechanism and to what extent glucoraphanin is hydrolyzed and sulforaphane is absorbed in the lower gut.


To investigate, the researchers studied a standardized simulation model of upper gastrointestinal (GI) enzymatic digestion, testing salivary alfa-amylase, gastric pepsin, and intestinal pancreatin. They then determined if glucoraphanin was hydrolyzed by cecal microbiota in a rat animal model both in situ and ex vivo, using an approximate oral dose of 60 mg glucoraphanin/kg body weight in situ.


Digestive enzymes from the upper GI tract did not destroy glucoraphanin. Introduction of glucoraphanin directly into the cecum resulted in the appearance of isothiocyanates in the mesenteric plasma within 120 minutes. When sulforaphane was introduced into the cecum in situ, however, isothiocyanates were found in mesenteric blood within 15 minutes.


The researchers used MRS and RCM media, which are used to support the growth of lactobacilli and clostridia/bifidobacteria, respectively, during ex vivo incubation of the cecum. They found that a glucoraphanin dose was almost completely metabolized in RCM by 12 hours, whereas nearly 50% remained in the MRS medium even at 24 hours. The researchers say these findings "indicate a possible key role for clostridia or bifidobacteria in glucoraphanin hydrolysis."


Indeed, hydrolysis of glucorphanain was supported by microbiota, with only hydrolysis product present in all incubations of erucin nitrile, which has been shown to have similar bioactivity to sulforaphane.


Since rat cecum contains bacteria similar to those seen in the human colon, it is likely that a similar situation occurs during human digestion of broccoli. "The presence of sulforaphane in measureable amounts shows that it is being converted in the lower intestine and is available for absorption in the body," said Jeffrey.


Importantly, he noted that sulforaphane is an extremely potent cancer-fighting agent. "The amount that you get in three to five servings a week - that's less than one daily serving of broccoli - is enough to have an anti-cancer effect. With many of the other bioactive foods you hear about, vast amounts are required for a measurable outcome," he explained.


Co-author Michael Miller (University of Illinois) said it would be possible to manipulate bacteria to more effectively digest broccoli by taking prebiotics like fiber to encourage their proliferation. "Another way would be to use a probiotic approach - combining, say, broccoli with a yogurt sauce that contains the hydrolyzing bacteria, and in that way boosting your cancer protection," he added.


Original study was published in Food & Function 2010



3. Useful Links

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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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