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I: From Alan F.
Submit Form on Saturday, January 29, 2011 at
have been taking your product for at least a year -
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tried your product - taking 6 capsules a day for a
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you recently published it.
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II: From Karen D.
Submit Form on September 24, 2010 at 11:52:41
have been using ezorb for 6 months now. It is a
wonderful product. As long as I take my ezorb every
day I do not have any problem with my hip hurting.
Your product is so much better then Actonel. I wanted
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for a wonderful product. Now I'm not loosing as much
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III: From Phyllis T.
at test @ elixirindustry.com
on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 11:23 PM
would appreciate it if you could forward me the
Calcium Absorption Rate Test.
am able to open and clench my fists without difficulty
now, and I'm certain this improvement came about after
I began taking the Calcium powder.
IV: From Mary P H.
Message Received at Customer Service on Monday,
October 11, 2010 10:53 AM
like to let you know that since I started taking
Ezorb, I have gone from a t-score of -4 to -1 range.
Just took another one this spring and is not
considered osteoporoic at all.
you so much!
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Research Digest: Dairy Consumption Lowers High Blood
researchers report that the consumption of low-fat
cheese or liquid dairy products, namely milk and
yogurt, may reduce the risk for elevated blood
eating high-fat cheese does not seem to affect EBP
findings come from a five-study meta-analysis
involving approximately 45,000 individuals from Spain,
the USA, and The Netherlands.
all, 11,500 cases of EBP, defined as a blood pressure
(BP) level of at least 130/85 mmHg or the use of
antihypertensive medications, occurred over a
follow-up period that ranged from 2 to 15 years.
researchers, led by Robin Ralston, from Monash
University in Clayton, Victoria, Australia, arranged
the participants into groups based on self-reported
daily intakes of dairy, ranging from no intake up to
757 g of total, 615 g of low-fat, 272 g of high-fat,
and 696 g of liquid dairy).
and team classified the levels of dairy intake by the
participants from lowest to highest. Of note, the
definition used to determine highest and lowest
intakes varied between the individual studies and
included top versus bottom quintile, and greater than
2 versus less than 0.3 dairy servings per day.
findings, published in the Journal of Human
Hypertension, show that the highest intakes of total
dairy compared with the lowest intakes significantly
reduced EBP risk by 13% (95% confidence interval [CI]:
specifically at high- and low-fat dairy (in any form),
Ralston et al found that the highest intakes of
low-fat dairy reduced EBP risk by 16% compared with
the lowest intakes (95% CI: 0.74-0.95). However,
high-fat cheese intake was not associated with EBP
risk at any level of intake.
high-fat versions of liquid dairy, such as milk and
yogurt, appeared to influence EBP risk, with the
highest intakes of low- or high-fat liquid dairy
producing an 8% reduction in EBP risk compared with
the lowest intakes (95% CI: 0.87-0.98).
and team attribute the observed BP-related benefits of
dairy to the high levels of minerals, such as calcium
and magnesium, in dairy products. They suggest that
solid forms of high-fat dairy may not protect against
EBP whereas liquid high-fat dairy products do, because
cheese has a much higher fat content than milk or
yogurt, and high-fat concentrations may negate the
BP-protective actions of the minerals in dairy.
amount [of dairy] reported in the highest categories
of dairy consumption (usually more than 2 servings per
day) is consistent with current recommendations for 2
to 3 servings of non-fat or low-fat dairy products per
day," say the researchers.
therefore conclude that their findings may be used as
supportive evidence for dietary guidelines in
countries such as the UK and USA, where 2 to 3
servings of low-fat dairy products are recommended
research was published in J Hum Hypertens 2011.
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