Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Louis
Submit Form on Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 19:19:37
Hi, my name is Louis.
I have always took good care of myself. Eating right lifting weights when I was in my early teens. Now I just turned 49y/o and I started waking up with back pain.
Also when I moved or bent a certain way I would feel cracking all through my body. I
knew it wasn't normal. Doctors and friends couldn't tell me what was wrong. They just said your getting old.
I refuse to believe that. So I did some research and concluded that all the years of lifting and fitness had taken its toll on my body, my joints and tendons. So I searched for different products with no success.
Then I found ezorb. At about the third week I knew I struck gold. No more pain lifting, Click cracking going away, able to wake no pain. God bless you guys! I'm hooked for life.
II: From Anonymous
Submit Form on Wednesday, December 25, 2013 at 16:29:25
First let me say that as a scientist myself I would advice all, particularly with bone and joint diseases DO NOT DRINK COW'S MILK OR CONSUME ANY DAIRY PRODUCTS! Cows milk and dairy consumption are the primary cause of osteoporosis and joint diseases.
Calcium lactate (from dairy foods) is acidic and causes your body to waste or leach out calcium and other minerals through the urine causing your body to loose calcium.
Physicians who recommend patients with osteoporosis to drink more milk are essentially making you worse!
Physicians do not receive any training in nutrition and therefore are ignorant about the causes of most diseases. The approach to diseases by the western world is to treat the symptoms of diseases and not the causes.
80% of all diseases are directly linked and caused by eating animal foods. Heart disease, atherosclerosis, strokes, cancers, diabetes, kidney and liver disease, osteoporosis, etc. are all preventable and for the most part reversed with plant based diets.
The reason why Ezorb powder is such a wonderful and very unique calcium product is because it is completely derived from plants and this type of calcium is the only source of calcium or any other nutrient for that matter that it is well absorbed by the body.
My wife and I are both retired now but remain active and started using Ezorb powder specifically and we have noticed a substantial improvement in our bodies.
I am 6'3" tall 58 years young and am active playing tennis and other sports. I used to have lower back pain and knee pain but not any more since I started using Ezorb powder.
My wife is 69 and use to have back and rib pains constantly. Since starting taking Ezorb powder, her pains vanished completely.
We are also vegans and I definitely have to conclude that our vegan diet had play a role as well.
Thank you Ezorb for the great product.
P.S. Please consider making your gel caps out of plant sources rather than from gelatin which is animal derived.
III: From Dee S.
Submit Form on
Sunday, September 29, 2013 20:22
I have been taking ezorb calcium for several months my nails seem A lot stronger..
didn't know ezorb help with nail strength?
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Research News: Low Vitamin D Level A Consequence Not a Cause
Low vitamin D status is a marker of ill health rather than an underlying cause of disease, say the authors of a systematic review published in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology.
The conclusion comes after the team, led by Philippe Autier (International Prevention Research Institute, Lyon, France), found a wide discrepancy between the findings of observational and randomized clinical trials, casting doubt on the purported benefits of vitamin D supplements on non-skeletal outcomes.
"We postulate that inflammation is the common factor between most non-skeletal health disorders and low 25(OH)D concentrations," they write. "However, increases in 25(OH)D have no effect on inflammatory processes or on disorders at the origin of these processes."
The team systematically reviewed data from 290 prospective observational studies and 172 randomized trials.
Most of the observational studies assessed disease occurrence or mortality while 11 evaluated cancer characteristics or survival. In general, these studies found moderate-to-strong inverse correlations between 25(OH)D levels and cardiovascular diseases, serum lipid concentrations, inflammation, glucose metabolism disorders, weight gain, declining cognitive function, and impaired physical functioning. High 25(OH)D concentrations were not associated with a lower risk for cancer, except colorectal cancer.
However, when the team assessed the randomized trials, they found a very different picture. These studies showed no effect of vitamin D supplementation on any of the major health outcomes or physiologic parameters studied, including colorectal cancer. This was also the case in a subset of 34 studies in people with low vitamin D levels at baseline.
The team notes that vitamin D supplementation was consistently associated with reduced all-cause mortality, at relative risks ranging from 0.93 to 0.96.
"But gains in survival are mainly in elderly women living independently or in institutional care, who are likely to initially have a very low concentration of 25(OH)D with a substantial risk of falls and fractures," they remark.
Commenting on the findings in a press statement, Autier explained that the observed discrepancy between observational and randomized trials suggests "that decreases in vitamin D levels are a marker of deteriorating health."
He added: "Aging and inflammatory processes involved in disease occurrence and clinical course reduce vitamin D concentrations, which would explain why vitamin D deficiency is reported in a wide range of disorders."
Original research was published in Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol 2013; Advance online publication.
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