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... I was wondering why Sunny is taking calcium carbonate myself. I read that calcium carbonate can migrate to other parts of the body, so it's probably not being absorbed properly by the bones. ... (79 replies)
... Those results are encouraging! Good for you! About the calcium, it's my understanding that 500mg at a time is ok. I was on Fosamax for only 11 weeks and quit too because of side effects and researching. Out of curiosity, how long did it take for the side effects to subside and for you to get back to normal after quitting Fosamax? It's been 2 weeks today for me and I am... (79 replies)
Types of Calcium?
Oct 13, 2007
... Going NUTZ tryingto make this calcium decision. Anyone here use Advacal or Algaecal? ... (5 replies)

... I have been taking just e-zorb,and had a slight improvement.I also eat a diet rich in calcium. I have noticed some of the calcium products I have taken,before e-zorb have caused heartburn and or constipation. I have had no problem on e-zorb. (79 replies)
... o say I'm only taking 4 a day. My last scan showed a small improvement. I showed my doctor the information,she told me to stay with it. I also eat a diet rich in calcium and exercise. ... (79 replies)
... nt at the neck. With no serious side effects. I dont kow though if it works for the hips. As far as one vit for all bone need . I dont think its possible. I take calcium citrate with added boron copper zinc, magnesium, B6 , vit D. I also take vit C with bioflavinoids, Omega 3s and vit K. ... (4 replies)
... You might have the elavated calcium, because you are not taking magnesium. You need to make sure you look at the elemental value of the magnesium and not merely the mg listed...there is a difference. (10 replies)
... We do need Magnesium, though. I have found mag glycinate chelated to do the trick. I take high doses of it with no problems at all. All the best (9 replies)
... oh yes peregrine. citrate gives me big time D. Mostly all of calcium supplements give me D. Specially if they have magnesium. Magnesium in supplements is totally a laxative for me. ... (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)
Ezorb
May 16, 2006
... Sometimes I take 6 tablets, it depends how much calcium rich foods I ate during the day. ... (8 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)
... A supplements with food that I don't experience problems with acid reflux. When I take it on an empty stomach is when it flares up. I would suggest taking your calcium with food that doesn't normally bother your stomach and see if that helps any. ... (10 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)
... If so, you are already getting some D. The calcium I take, EZorb, does not require D or magnesium to be properly absorbed. ... (11 replies)
Ezorb calcium
Aug 5, 2009
... After taking E-zorb for 2 years, I went from osteopenia to normal range. In a year or so will get another scan and will post results. I only take the minimum of 2 tablets or sometimes I get the powder and take l/2 tsp. 2X a day which is equal to two tablets. I get their monthly newsletter and many people have improved their scores and have their letters included for all to... (8 replies)
Ezorb calcium
Aug 4, 2009
... is this better than traditional calciums (8 replies)
... I have also been on Forteo and have had little results. I am taking Ezorb calcium and I think that has helped more than anything. I am horrified by the zometa which gave me jaw necrosis. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Taape, I have several cysts- some really big on the tendon that comes down from the ring finger, and several smaller ones in my finger joints or right up against them. I'm not planning on having them removed as of yet because I have serious health issues that make me a very poor surgical candidate. I chose Ezorb because that was supposed to be absorbed more easily than... (15 replies)
... You might want to look at Ezorb calcium. I was diagnosed with osteopenia 3 years ago and started with only 2 capsules per day or 1 tsp. ... (12 replies)




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