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... I've been taking Ezorb for over two years. Never had any problems. Other calcium upsets my stomach and constipates me. This has never been a case with Ezorb. I have only the best things to say about this product. ... (2 replies)
... ooh, scary thought. i really have settled into a groove with the Ezorb and other vits. and supplements. ... (64 replies)
... you know, all this reading about calcium supplements, the good, bad and ugly, i have no idea if i'm doing the right thing by starting the Ezorb. ... (64 replies)

... Anyway, it is a lot cheaper than Ezorb and I bought some a few weeks ago. ... (10 replies)
May 18, 2006
... cathy4800. I started EZorb in January of 06 and won't be able to have a dexa scan until Aug of 07. My new Naturopath looked at the EZorb label and she claims that Calcium Citrate is better absorbed. ... (8 replies)
... loss even though I was taking over the counter calcium because I have to take Prednisone for Lupus. Prednisone causes osteoprosis. ... (79 replies)
... zorb. Some osteoporosis experts say calcium supplements won't improve hip density. I am due for another scan next month and I'll post the results. ... (79 replies)
... Wow. I didn't realize that calcium carbonate only had 400 mgs of elemental calcium out of 1000. I thought it was the entire 1000. Do you know how much calcium citrate has? ... (79 replies)
... zorb lists the elemental calcium on the bottle, I don't know how to figure out how much calcium to get from my diet to get 1500 mg. ... (9 replies)
... Wow that's even worse than I thought, and weight has nothing to do with the amount you should take. What kind of Dr told you that calcium can't be measured? ... (64 replies)
... If your calcium levels haven't changed, and they are at normal range than that is very good, and that's what you want to see, as some of the other posters mentioned. ... (3 replies)
... I think if your blood calcium is in the normal range, then your calcium intake is sufficient. ... (9 replies)
... is misleading. But the manufacturers know that you'll need at least 1000mg of any traditional calcium compound to be of any benefit to you. Calcium compounds have weights and absorption levels. ... (79 replies)
... I found the info below, maybe it will help you decide which calcium form is better for you. If calcium carbonate doesn't upset your stomach, you must be reacting to the type of acid it's combined with. ... (79 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)
... beware of excessive calcium consumption- contrary to ezorbs hype,large amounts of calcium does not build strong bones it in fact weakens bones by accelerating bone turnover which exhausts bones sooner now you can increase BMD temporarily with excess calcium because it increases production of osteoblasts & osteoclasts if excessive calcium is absorbed much calcium is deported... (0 replies)
... Thanks for your response, 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)
... Their response was there is no common standard of absorbable calcium to get daily, and to absorb as much as I can, there is no such thing as to much. ... (0 replies)
... I take all supplements with food, But I avoid taking calcium with any food that blocks absorption, like oat bran. I don't like to take any of them on an empty stomach. ... (64 replies)
... dairy have the lowest rates of osteoporosis, so it confirms to me that excessive calcium accelerates bone turnover and since the amount of times you can do that is fixed .. excess calcium actually ages bones faster. ... (64 replies)

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