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... it seems if there are any side effects to be had from treatment for osteoporosis, I get them...I have been taking ezorb for just a few short weeks at their recommended dose of 6 caps per day. ... (64 replies)
... cup, fortified V8 juice, even fortified grapejuice. Try to eat broccoli or kale 3 x a week. Sardines once a week, etc. I take citracal 400 mg.daily. Magnesium 600 mg. daily , vit k, boron, omega 3 fatty acids etc. I guess if you can afford it, it would be nice to consult a nutritionist. ... (9 replies)
... I got leg cramps after taking ezorb and contacted them by email. They recommended taking magnesium, but were not expecially helpful about how much of it to take. ... (1 replies)

... I got today the first bottle of the ezorb and I am excited about this calcium. ... (79 replies)
... One widely held theory is that calcium and magnesium should not be taken at the same time because they compete for absorption in the intestines. ... (8 replies)
... zorb since magnesium is good for other things besides bones. I read that calcium and magnesium go through the same channels and may block each other. My vitamin company now states in their catalog that they should be taken separately. ... (64 replies)
... oard, or EZORB, so not familiar with any of that. I was diagnosed with osteopenia 3 years ago, but was told that if I have periods I have estrogen, take calcium and don't worry about it. ... (8 replies)
... Apparently calcium and magnesium compete for absorption. ... (7 replies)
... sponse, I am consuming about the same amount of calcium as you, eating two calcium sources from foods, like yogurt, cheese, calcium fortified orange juice etc., and maybe one vegetable choice like okra, collards, etc. ... (2 replies)
... for that you also need Vitamin D, magnesium, Vitamin K, and probably many other things. But if your blood calcium levels are normal, then you don't need more calcium. ... (9 replies)
EZorb Calcium
Mar 10, 2005
... Some time back someone here recommended this and it looks like an interesting product. Has anyone tried it? ... (0 replies)
... known osteo medical facility and the speaker said it is all right to take calcium with fruits and veggies even though they contain fiber. She said only added fiber to foods would block absorption. ... (64 replies)
... and it came back normal. I then went to an Endo for another reason, and he ordered a serum ioniz...test. That test came back with my serum calcium elevated and also my D3, my urinary calcium was normal and so was PTH, T3 etc. ... (9 replies)
... Tomato juice, thanks so much for replying to my post and for the good suggestions. I am always looking for ways I haven't thought of to get calcium in my diet. ... (9 replies)
... This isn't about strontium, which I still don't know enough about, but I do want to pass along some info re Ezorb and leg cramps. I have been taking Ezorb for over a year now, inspired by many of the positive reports on this message board. ... (44 replies)
... excessive calcium intake can affect magnesium absorption. ... (44 replies)
... excessive calcium intake can affect magnesium absorption. ... (44 replies)
... because strontium ranelate has aspartame. And strontium is equally effective in a citrate or ranelate medium. ... (64 replies)
... because strontium ranelate has aspartame. And strontium is equally effective in a citrate or ranelate medium. ... (64 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. ... (58 replies)




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