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... ell since jrose says that the elemental calcium is 146 mgs I feel a little better, but not by much. You would have to calculate your dietary intake and then add ezorb by ? ... (64 replies)
... Does anybody have an opinion about a product called ''EZorb'', can it be bought at regular drug stores, or health food stores, or only via it's website. ... (4 replies)
... and God forbid, the patient might actually have an opinion of their own. And God forbid, the RX drug manufacturers might make a few dollars LESS. Heaven forbid!!!! ... (64 replies)

... Why did he want to increase your Lipitor with the great numbers you have now? Do you have heart disease? My LDL is 150 and and my HDL is 78, my Total is 256, but my ratio of TC to HDL is way under the guidelines. My TC used to be 300 and LDL was 191 before the supplements and diet change. Did you know the most optimal levels of TC are between 180 and 239? Most women over... (79 replies)
... WOW - that is a lot of info to absorb - thanks. From what I am reading calcium carbonate is not that bad (40% elemental calciun) but the CCM is better. I will have to check how mine breaks down in the vinegar. Am seeing my pcp this week and will get his opinion also - we go way back and he understands me and my "problems" - also have fibromyalgia and drug intolerances. ... (79 replies)
... zorb to a dietician who is part of an osteoporosis program in a hospital and she said it is a safe product to take. She only had a problem when I asked her opinion regarding strontium. ... (79 replies)
... PikaB... I agree with you on this because I had a situation occur where I had to stop "all" calcium supplements and I wouldn't have known about it unless I had a "serum ionized calcium test" Before I started on forteo, my internist did the regular calcium test-don't know the name of it- and it came back normal. I then went to an Endo for another reason, and he ordered a... (9 replies)
... My layman's opinion: Have your doctor test your blood for calcium levels (it should be part of your yearly physical anyway). I think if your blood calcium is in the normal range, then your calcium intake is sufficient. Of course, just because the calcium is in your bloodstream does not mean it will get to your bones; for that you also need Vitamin D, magnesium, Vitamin K,... (9 replies)
EZorb Calcium
Jul 31, 2005
... Amen! He's welcome to his opinion, of course, and totally free to disagree with me BUT he darn well better treat me and my opinions with some respect!!! (13 replies)
... On the other hand, the makers of Ezorb don't seem to have conducted any clinical trials, and the international medical community seems to generally consider Ezorb to be of no more value than other calcium supplementation. ... (9 replies)
Strontium
Apr 11, 2009
... You stated your views about Ezorb and I respect your differing viewpoint. ... (15 replies)
... Tomato, Yes, I had a Dexa a little over a year after using Ezorb, according to their recommendations. My Dexa definitely improved! I am now on just a maintenance dose. I think I developed osteo type symptomology because I have another illness that precluded me from exercising regularly like I used to do. Actually, I cannot exercise at all except for walking, but I am... (8 replies)




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