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... Apparently calcium and magnesium compete for absorption. ... (7 replies)
... with other calcium products and also helps with joints synovial fluid. I would like it if we could purchase it here and if you had any suggestions? ... (1 replies)
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Mar 20, 2006
... I went to see the doctor today. He draw me blood to check for my calcium levels, thyroid hormones, kidney function etc.. ... (8 replies)

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... OK. I'm looking at the bottle of ezorb that I bought and now am not going to use. ... (64 replies)
... There was a recent news item on research which indicates that excess intake of calcium and vitamin D is linked to dementia in the elderly, due to an increase in brain lesions. This was research done by Dr. Martha Payne, from Duke University. ... (4 replies)
... You might want to do some research on soy and phytic acid, since you are drinking soy milk to get calcium. ... (9 replies)
... I balance it with a calcium containing food. ... (64 replies)
... rejection drugs and the prednisone have done a number on her to say the least. But she did say that the more you read and research things, the more controversy you'll find about it. there will be some article somewhere that will tell you everything causes cancer and other diseases as well. ... (64 replies)
... Thanks so much to the posters who gave me the tip about the calcium blood tests! ... (9 replies)
... Weight lifting is probably one of the best things you can do for your bones. Read The Myth of Osteoporosis. Do some research on Ezorb Calcium, which a number of us here take. Make sure you're getting enough Vitamin D, preferably from the sun. Magnesium is also important. ... (3 replies)
... menopausal. Been reading alot of books lately and there are a few good ones, The Bone Density Diet, The Calcium Factor and Death by Diet are three. Others suggested the Myth of Osteopororis but I haven't read it yet. Anyhow I started taking EZorb calcium in Jan. ... (5 replies)
... hi to everyone who has responded to my concerns. i guess i'm going to have to call my primary MD, as the results of the bone scan went to the OB/GYN, altho i think she probably was forwarded a copy. However, based on her track record i doubt that i would hear from her. I wonder how a person tests for vitamin D, what kind of test is it? i live where it is sunny all the time and... (64 replies)
... Just the fact that soy is genetically modified in the U.S. and the fact that it's controversial is enough to keep me away from it. Research genetically modified foods and you will read that soy, cottonseed oil, and canola oil have the highest rates of modification. ... (79 replies)
... My understanding is that Calcium Carbonate is the least desirable form to take and this is from alternative as well as allopathic sources. You might want to do some research on it. ... (79 replies)
... to take Fosamax if you don't want to. There are alternative medications available that you may be more comfortable taking. I've seen some mention of one called Ezorb Calcium which sounds pretty good from what I've read. Do some research. I visited one site that had done some comparisons on the various products. ... (21 replies)
... vitamin D supplementation. Although, I could much better see calcium supplementation used for the onset of osteopenia, a fairly recent classification. ... (17 replies)
... I've been doing some research lately, and now think the subject of inorganic vs. ... (8 replies)
... I've been reading some of your posts about ezorb and strontium, and I was wondering about these. Is ezorb just calcium aspartate? ... (9 replies)
... I learned of the Terramin clay from other lists. It was found that when the astronauts returned to earth they had osteoporosis, so research was conducted at UCLA to see what would address this. They found that Terramin reversed osteo in mice and then in humans as well and is now used by Astronauts. ... (16 replies)




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