Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Lil.
Submit Form on Friday, October 28, 2011 at 23:34:28
Hi, my name is Lil.
In November of 2008 I had surgery for breast cancer. In February of 2009 I started taking Femara, an aromatase inhibitor. One of the side effects is osteoporosis.
In spite of taking supplements, calcium and vitamin D and doing weight-bearing workouts, my bone density test in October of 2010 showed considerable deterioration. My T-score for lumbar spine when from 0.4 in 1/09 to 0.1 and total hip mean from -1.3
When I got the 10/10 results I researched on line and found Ezorb, starting right away with six capsules/day.
I just received my latest bone density results from a test in 10/11. My lumbar spine
T-score increased to 1.2, with the total hip mean up to -1.8. The BMD in the lumbar spine increased by 9.0% and the BMD in the mean total hips increased by 7.4%.
Thank you, Ezorb.
II: From Diane
Submit Form on Thursday, August 25, 2011 at 19:19:28
Hi, my name is Diane. I have been taking EZorb for about three weeks now. I have been diagnosed with RA and fibromyalgia since 2006 and have been getting constantly worse.
My doctor prescribed plaquenil, which seems to do nothing. They were not prescribing pain pills, so I would take Tylenol (allergic to anything else) off and on.
Since I began taking EZorb, I have less swelling and pain. I also have more energy, not so tired. I used to fall asleep at work! Sleeping for up to 3 hours at my desk! Now, I can work all day and not fall asleep.
Mind you, I will go home and go to bed, but I was unable to just make it to the end of the day just three weeks ago. I am looking forward to the next few months to totally turn my health around by continuing to take EZorb!
I thought there was nothing left but swollen muscles and joints and a motorized wheelchair! Now I have hope that my future will run its normal course with me able to enjoy life!
III: From Nancy
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Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 21:24:26
I started taking your product one year ago after I received the diagnosis of osteoporosis. I just received the new bone scan for one year later.
My left hip (left femoral neck was 0.545 gm/cm2, T-Score -2.7, Z -Score was -2.7. This year the proximal left hip is 0.571 gm/cm2, the T-score -2.5, and Z-Score of -1.3.
BONE MINERAL DENSITY HAS INCREASED 4.6 %.
My GYN asked me if I wanted to get a prescription for Fosomax or something else. I told her that I understood that some of these medications actually make bones more brittle, etc. etc.
I am staying with the EZorb of course and I am so thankful for your product. I also have some arthritis in my hips that seems to be better also.
Thank you again. I have my two sisters on your product also and they are anxious to hear this result. One of my sisters has extreme health issues with extreme osteoporosis that she has suffered with for years. She is having many medical attempts to help her.
Thank you, Thank you!
IV: From Linda M.
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Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at 09:40:44
Hi, my name is Linda M. I have never before submitted a testimonial for any product. But I received my own proof that EZorb does exactly what it claims.
I had a bone density test done and my doctor was concerned about the results. He diagnosed me with osteopenia and wanted me on Fosomax as a precaution, but I wouldn't take it because of all of the stomach problems I tend to have.
So for the next two years I took calcium supplements. When I retook the test, my bone density had worsened. My doctor said at this rate I'd have full blown osteoporosis by 60. (I was 53 at the time.)
Again he prescribed Fosomax. After 1 pill I quit taking it because of the effect it had on
my stomach. Instead I talked to my chiropractor and he recommended I try EZorb.
Two years later when I had my bone scan done, my doctor said my scan was completely normal and I no longer needed it monitored!
The ONLY thing I did different was to take EZorb. I now recommend it to all my family and friends because I know it works!
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Research News: Physical Activity Improves BMD
Becoming physically active is associated with an increase in bone mineral density (BMD) and a reduction in body mass index (BMI) in men and women, research shows.
"We have shown that increases in physical activity have the potential to decrease the obesity epidemic without increasing the risk of bone loss leading to osteoporosis," according to Jerilynn Prior (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada) and colleagues in the journal Bone.
Physical activity is known to be a modifiable factor affecting BMD, bone accrual and loss, and the risk of fracture. Activity modulates bone remodeling through mechanical stimuli, and this results in increased mineralization and bone geometry.
Still, the evidence to support physical activity on bone health and fracture is derived from studies in postmenopausal women.
Using data from a large Canadian multicenter osteoporosis study, the researchers evaluated associations between physical activity and BMD in 2855 healthy men and 6442 healthy women.
At baseline, physical activity levels were inversely associated with BMI. From baseline to 5 years, increases in physical activity levels, measured by energy expended in total metabolic equivalents multiplied by minutes per day (MET*m/d), were associated with reductions in BMI.
For every 1000 MET*m/d, there was a BMI reduction of 0.41 and 0.40 kg/m2 in men and women, respectively.
In addition, for every 1000 MET*m/d expended, there were small but significant, increases in total hip BMD in men and women.
In women, increased physical activity was also related to increased lumbar spine BMD.
"For both men and women, the association between [physical activity] and BMD was modified by BMI, so that for a given BMI there was a positive association between higher [physical activity] and higher BMD in all cases except lumbar spine BMD among women," write Prior and colleagues.
The group adds that a wide range of exercise interventions, including walking and moderate activity, improve BMD.
"Thus, emphasis should be made on keeping active over the life span to prevent bone loss and to avoid weight gain," they conclude.
Original research can be found in Bone 2011; Advance online publication.
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