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... t heard back, but I'm a bit concerned about the low level of elemental calcium per serving. Does this mean that you only get 146 mgs of calcium and the calcium aspartate anhydrous is a helper of the calcium or is the calcium aspartate anhydrous a substitute for traditional calcium? ... (79 replies)
Calcium choice ?
Nov 17, 2010
... I read it was calcium aspartate anhydrous. ... (3 replies)
... Anhydrous in Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous just basically means powder form. I've been taking EZorb for years with absolutely no side effects. ... (64 replies)

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... calcium aspartate anhydrous 1120mg, and elemental calcium 146mg. ... (64 replies)
... days use. I checked out some info on the internet and apparently aspartate can cause bladder problems. the company insists that there is nothing in the Ezorb that would harm me, but hey, I know my body. so again use caution. ... (18 replies)
... I started vitamin D 2000 IU per day on 2-1-07 and Vitamin D 50,000 IU every 10 days on 2-1-08. Vitamin D blood levels done every 3 to 4 months and still only 42 last week. I also started Evista 60mg on 2-1-09, EZorb one tsp daily (calcium aspartate anhydrous) on 4-1-09, Strontium one capsule-340mg daily on 6-1-09, and Biosil 5mg daily on 8-1-09. I spaced them out and started... (18 replies)
... I have been taking EZorb for 3 years and my Dexa has improved considerably. In the first year I went from Osteoporosis in one hip to Osteopenia and I have had absolutely no side-effects. (64 replies)
... I teach chemistry so I know EZorb has nothing to do with aspartame. EZorb is calcium aspartate anhydrous. ... (64 replies)
... ezorb does not make it easy for users to figure out what doses to take as the bottle has one set of instructions which they tell you to disregard and supply a seperate sheet to follow instructions on bottle of powder :- calcium aspartate anhydrous 2g calcium (elemental) 260mg (26%) suggested use 1-3 servings per day a... (64 replies)
E-Zorb is great!!
Jan 12, 2008
... Zorb is Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous. The capsules also have rice powder and gelatin. The powder has no other ingredients. As far as I know it is only available on line. ... (5 replies)
EZorb Calcium
Dec 16, 2006
... You don't need to take extra calcium if you are taking Ezorb nor do you need to take vitamin D or Magnesium with it for absorbability. I do take magnesium because most of us are deficient in it. I take Magnesium Glycinate Chelated which is the only Mag product I've found that doesn't result in diarrhea. I also take Carlson's Cod Liver Oil for Vitamin D because it is a good... (5 replies)
... Exactly. Calcium build bone, and magnesium helps harden them. Although, each much be taken in the correct ratio for proper absorption. Vitamin D is also crucial for the proper absorption of calcium. Although, the claim stated here, made originally by the manufacturers of Ezorb (Elixir Industries,) is that their calcium aspartate anhydrous -- due to it being in an organic... (58 replies)
Ezorb Calcccium
Apr 14, 2005
... I've been looking at is as well, but I think the price outrageous. (1 replies)
Ezorb Calcccium
Apr 13, 2005
... Has anyone tried EZorb Calcium (Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous)? The data supplied by EZorb claims it to have the highest rate of calcium absorption, about 92%. I am thinking of trying it instead of Caltrate (Calcium Carbonate). Ezorb also claim that you will get about a 6% increase in Bone Mass Density in about 3 months- much better than Fosamax with no side effects. Is this... (1 replies)
... Which calcium is better? Does it matter? I've heard of: ~ Caltrate ~ Citracal ~ Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous ~ Calcium Hydroxyopatite (sp??) I'm looking for a softgel as I have difficulty swallowing large pills. Any suggestions? (1 replies)
... take, and 2 spoonfuls is 146 mgs of elemental cal, that's not much depending on how many you take, here I was thinking you were actually getting 4500 mgs a day. Aspartate is a buffering agent and anhydrous just means it doesn't have any water in it. Buffering agents prevent changes to their PH. ... (64 replies)

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