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... it seems if there are any side effects to be had from treatment for osteoporosis, I get them...I have been taking ezorb for just a few short weeks at their recommended dose of 6 caps per day. ... (64 replies)
Apr 11, 2007
... A while back I was also looking for EZorb studies and I came across a trade organization dedicated to and run by electronic retailers. ... (11 replies)
... hi jbrose the only study done for ezorb was in china ... ... (64 replies)

... d hear about it from the mainstream media. When checking out new products that sound too good to be true, look for some independent documentation. Are scientific studies cited by name on the Web site? ... (64 replies)
Ezorb calcium
Aug 6, 2009
... I am pretty sure its because it is less expensive.Its been a while since I researched about calcium. I do remember though that all the big studies found calcium citrate to be the most absorbable. ... (8 replies)
... there is very little if any research on Strontium Citrate but I think you can make an educated decision based on studies on Strontium Ranelate. As for me, the jury is still out. I too am Osteopenia. ... (64 replies)
... Hi there podiecat - I have been taking Reosto for a while now (though have had a couple of breaks of a week or two when I ran out) - I also take Terramin clay fairly regularly and I am also on Fosamax. I have not had a repeat DEXA scan as I was initially refused one but I wrote a long letter of complaint that I now have an appointment with the consultant (haven't seen one... (11 replies)
... I'm trying to decide which to take. I just realized that with reosto, although studies have proved it's effectiveness, comes in a hard caplet form instead of a capsule. I have trouble absorbing so I should probably not take that one. ... (11 replies)
... that have proven to be just as good are, such as strontium citrate. I take a brand that provides 340 mg in acapsule. Two caps provide 680mg as per the sudies. In studies of over 5,00 postmenopausal women 14.4 percent increase in BMD at the spine in over 3 years and 8 percent at the neck. With no serious side effects. ... (4 replies)
Apr 11, 2007
... I only have the study of myself. My dexa showed greatly increased bone density after being on Ezorb for a year. I'm now just on a maintenance dose. ... (11 replies)
Apr 11, 2007
... You indicate that Ezorb is an effective alternative to any of the drugs. Can you quote or link me to any of the studies that show Ezorb actually increases bone density. ... (11 replies)
... r see calcium supplementation used for the onset of osteopenia, a fairly recent classification. Incidentally, I haven't really seen too many reputable scientific studies that demonstrably prove the bioavailability of many forms of calcium. There's no extra money in receiving FDA approval, hence not as many studies. ... (17 replies)
Apr 10, 2009
... I really have to give a word of caution to anyone considering ezorb. Personally I believe they are a lot of hype. And also there have been very recent studies proving that too much calcium can be harmful in many ways. I know that they iniatially reccomend very high doses when beginning their program. ... (15 replies)
Hi guys!
Mar 20, 2006
... in the lumbar spine. I told him that I ordered ezorb calcium and that I was going to the gym to lift weights. He told me that was a great plan and that if the ezorb my stomach don't tolerate it he was going to do research on more calcium alternatives for me. He told me that osteopenia is characterized by calcium deficiency. ... (8 replies)
Apr 11, 2009
... Hi Jen...Unless you tell us your age, dexa scores, and amount of increases obtained over the years you took ezorb, then your story proves nothing to me and others. I only take 500mg a day of calcium, and I plan to continue to be conservative, as I believe the studies done recently that state how too much calcium can cause clogged arteries(heart desease and kdney stones). It... (15 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)
... However, the real issue here might just be chelation. This is where the makers of Ezorb are probably correct. Therefore, I would love to see more studies on chelated supplements... ... (8 replies)
Apr 10, 2009
... I take dr. best, which suggest taking the two tablets in the morning an hour before vitamins. That just doesn't work well for me. I read in one of the protelos studies that it should be taken two hours after vitamins. So I decided to follow that regimen. In any case taking just before bedtime works well. ... (15 replies)
Stopping strontium
Jun 30, 2008
... there are no long term studies on the consequences of this. ... (14 replies)
Apr 12, 2007
... Right. Okay. (11 replies)

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