Makers of EZorb and Marvlix
 

EZorb®

 
 

EZorb Calcium Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

 
 

EZorb Calcium Clinical Studies for Doctors

A.

What is in the EZorb Calcium?

B.

Why is EZorb Calcium superior to other forms of calcium?

C.

What benefits can I get only from EZorb Calcium but not from other calcium supplements?

D.

How does EZorb Calcium compare with prescription drugs?

E.

How does EZorb Calcium compare with its so-called competitors?

F.

How does EZorb Calcium compare with coral or seaweed calcium?

G.

Why doesn't EZorb Calcium contain Vitamin D or magnesium?

H.

What results should I expect when I start taking EZorb Calcium?

I.

How could a calcium supplement be effective on so many different problems?

J.

I'm on medication. Is it safe to take EZorb Calcium?

K.

Will EZorb Calcium cause kidney stones?

l.

I'm pregnant. How much EZorb Calcium do I need?

M.

I'm a 36-year-old guy. Do I need EZorb Calcium?

N.

Are there any side effects?

O.

Can my children benefit from EZorb Calcium?

P

Why can't I just increase absorption by increasing the dosage of inorganic calcium?

Q

I'm a vegetarian. Which form of EZorb Calcium is best for me?

R.

Will EZorb help get rid of my bone spur?

S

How do I take the Powder?

T

Should I try the powder or the capsules? Which is more effective?

U

How much should I take?

 

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

 

 



M. I'm a 36-year-old guy. Do I need EZorb Calcium?

 

Osteoporosis and low bone mass are a major public health threat for an estimated 44 million US women and men aged 50 and older. A new NOF report estimates, by state, congressional District and the top 25 metro areas, the prevalence of low bone mass and osteoporosis in women and men aged 50 and over.

 

While osteoporosis is four times more likely in women than in men, almost 12 million American men are now estimated to suffer from low bone mass. By 2010, this figure is expected to climb to over 14 million and reach over 17 million by 2020.

 

Studies show low calcium intake during earlier ages is the major cause of osteoporosis or low bone mass in later life.

 

The National Osteoporosis Foundation recommends that men of all ages have adequate daily calcium intake to prevent the development of osteoporosis.

 

So the answer to your question is yes. You should start taking EZorb as early as possible.

 

 

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