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May 18, 2006
... Hi DTemple, I spoke with a few people about EZorb, including my doctor, who all felt it was a bit a of scam. I don't think it's going to hurt me to take it for this month, but unless Perengrin has stellar results, I'm back to Nature's life (at $8 a bottle, thank you!) As for the chicken stock (and btw, I got the tip to use wine-or substitute vinegar if you like-to "pull"... (8 replies)
... I bought my first bottle of EZorb in January because I read about it on this board, and when I had tried other kinds of calcium before, it always gave me increased PVCs (like small palpitations). I started by taking one per day, now I am increasing to two per day without too many problems. I don't know if I should steadily increase this. I am also taking Vitamin... (79 replies)
... Just my take, of course. My understanding is that this is a different type of calcium product and does not require magnesium or vitamind D to do its "thing. ... (79 replies)

Ezorb information
Feb 28, 2006
... I've just been reading about how effective Ezorb is in increasing bone density and so on. ... (4 replies)
Calcium choice ?
Nov 17, 2010
... I read it was calcium aspartate anhydrous. ... (3 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)
... Do I have to increase calcium or anything else while on Forteo. ... (2 replies)
... s so widely used. I think how it goes is that calcium citrate can be taken on an empty stomach, but you have to take more of it to to get the desired amount and calcium carbonate is better absorbed but has to be taken with food since it needs the stomach acid to be absorbed. ... (64 replies)
... When I eat a calcium robber like meat, I try to balance it with calcium adder at the same meal, like kale. ... (79 replies)
... I take the calcium Carbonate because the others I tried upset my stomach and this does not. ... (79 replies)
... I probably have plenty of unabsorbed calcium floating around from the calcium containing foods I consume. ... (79 replies)
... what does blood level of calcium indicate? ... (3 replies)
... Thanks so much to the posters who gave me the tip about the calcium blood tests! ... (9 replies)
... I just wanted to mention that a good source of calcium from food is blackstrap molasses. I put a tbsp. on my yogurt daily. It provides about another 200 mg. of calcium. ... (9 replies)
... I can't take any calcium, magnesium Vit D 3 supple... right now, because I have a mildly elevated inonized serum calcium level, and highly elevated D3 and until the dr can figure out what is causing it, I have to find exercises that don't cause unbearable over the top pain. ... (10 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. I will order Ezorb today and give it a try. But, I do have a question, that is if Actonel is to inhibit the osteoclasts then what is calcium for? ... (21 replies)
... Cathy absolutetly I agree with you that calcium is only part of it. Weight bearing exercise is a must. I signed the contract yesterday to gold's gym and my plan is to do classic bodybuilding routines. ... (79 replies)
... Sorry if I sound like a broken record, but I don't believe the problems mentioned with Calcium intake are present with Ezorb, ie constipation or developing kidney stones. ... (9 replies)
... two years before. I react to lots of substances but think I may give strontium a try. How do I know for sure that I'm getting enough calcium so strontium won't harm me? ... (15 replies)
... Zorb or calcium aspartate? ... (79 replies)

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