Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Linda H. from Carol Stream, IL
at Voice Mail 10/14/15 at 11:24 AM
My name is Linda H. I've been taking your product EZorb for a while.
I just want you to know I had a bone density scan. My last one was 4 years ago. And the doctor just called and said there's no change for 4 years. So, your product really works, that EZorb.
Thanks guys! This is Linda H. from Carol Stream, IL. Bye.
II: From Becky C.
Received at sharesuccess @ ezorbonline.com 09/10/15 at 2:16 PM
I was diagnosed with osteoporosis at age 44. I am 61 now.
In the beginning, I took Fosamax daily and weekly and later tried Actonel daily. I also tried the calcitonin nose spray.
After much research I decided to go drug free and use Ezorb in January 2005. Once the effects of the drugs were out of my system (probably a year or so) the Ezorb began to help my body build bone. My T scores have been up and down over the past 17 years so I won't bore you with those numbers.
As of 2012 my Lumbar (spine) T score was -2.8, in 2015 it is -2.2, my femur (hip) T score was -2.2 and is -0.9 in 2015. When I was 44 my femur was -3.23.
I am writing this to say I give Ezorb much of the credit along with weight bearing exercise. I no longer have osteoporosis in my spine or hip. Ezorb does work if you take it as directed and keep taking it.
III: From Linda S.
Received at Testimonial
Submit Form Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at 09:35:49
Hi, my name is Lynda. This is the first time I have ever written on any product but would like others to know that Ezorb does work for heel spurs.
I have been suffering with a heel spur since March and nothing seemed to help until I started taking Ezorb.
The spur has not completely disappeared but has improved about 85% and I expect it to keep improving. The pain has disappeared almost completely.
Thank you so much,
Lynda S from WA
IV: From Luis
Submit Form Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 14:13:50
Hi, my name is Luis. I have heal spurs, very painful. The doctor wanted to do surgery, but no guarantee, and one to two months off my feet.
So I went on line, best natural medicine. What came up was Ezorb and Marvlix. So this is a miracle.
For the last 10 to 12 years I had 4 times these spurs. I take this medicine for a week to two weeks and goes away, no side affects. Like I said its a miracle.
Thanks so so much,
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Research News: PTH May Mediate Antihypertensive Fracture Risk
Parathyroid hormone (PTH) levels may be elevated by use of some antihypertensive agents but reduced by others, analysis of the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) suggests.
The researchers found that users of loop diuretics and dihydropyridine calcium channel blockers (CCBs) had higher PTH levels than non-users. By contrast, users of thiazide diuretics had lower PTH levels than non-users.
"These associations may provide a mechanistic explanation linking use of these medications to the development of skeletal outcomes", say Anand Vaidya (Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA) and co-researchers.
As reported in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, the team excluded MESA participants with chronic kidney disease and those thought to have primary hyperparathyroidism, leaving 1888 participants (aged 45-84 years) who were receiving treatment for hypertension.
After accounting for confounders, including use of other antihypertensive agents, the 518 users of thiazide diuretics had significantly lower PTH levels than non-users, by 3.2 pg/mL.
The 82 users of loop diuretics had PTH levels that were an average of 12.0 pg/mL higher than those of other patients, and the 637 CCB users had a significant 3.7 pg/mL increase. But on further analysis, only users of dihydropyridine CCBs had increased PTH levels, by 5.0 pg/mL, with levels unchanged in users of other CCBs.
The findings were similar when the comparison group was limited to patients not using thiazides, loop diuretics or CCBs, and also when patients using multiple antihypertensive agents were excluded from the analysis.
The researchers believe that if loop diuretics directly or indirectly provoke an increase in PTH, as suggested by the current study findings, it may explain previous associations between loop diuretics and reduced bone mineral density and increased fracture risk; elevated PTH would lead to increased bone resorption.
Conversely, thiazides have been linked to increased bone mineral density and reduced fracture risk, consistent with the low levels of PTH seen in the thiazide users in the MESA cohort.
"Given how frequently these medications are used understanding how these anti-hypertensive medications may modulate PTH levels has public health relevance", the team concludes.
Original research was published in J Bone Miner Res 2016; Advance online publication.
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