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EZorb Calcium®   Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous

Osteoporosis Treatment Comparison


Brand
Name 
Ingredient
Increase
BMD
Physiological
Function
Prerequisite
Side Effects
EZorb®
Calcium
Aspartate
Anhydrous
Yes
Stimulate osteoblasts* to create more new bone mass
None (2)
No known side effects.
Fosamax®
Bisphosphonates
No
Retain old bone mass by killing osteoclasts**
Calcium
Vitamin D(1)
A Must
Blood in stoll and urine, fatigue, stomach ulcers, nausea, hair loss, headache, blurred vision, heartburn and etc.
Actonel®
Bisphosphonates
No
Retain old bone mass by killing osteoclasts**
Calcium
Vitamin D(1)
A Must
Pain swallowing, back pain, ulcers in stomach esophagus, joint pain, constipation, weight gain, hair loss and etc.
Boniva®
Bisphosphonates
No
Retain old bone mass by killing osteoclasts**
Calcium
Vitamin D(1)
A Must
Sever pain in bone, joint and muscle, very bad heartburn, difficulty swallowing, diarrhea, chest pain and etc.
Evista®
Raloxifene
No
Retain old bone mass by killing osteoclasts**
Calcium
Vitamin D(1)
A Must
Blood clots in the veins, hot flashes, cramps, swelling, sleep difficulty, depression, speech problems and etc.
Forteo®
Teriparatide
Yes
Act as parathyroid.
Calcium
Vitamin D(1)
A Must
Causing bone cancer in lab rats, dizziness, leg cramps, chest pain, vomiting, constipation, sluggishness and etc.
Boniva IV Injection®
Bisphosphonates
No
Retain old bone mass by killing osteoclasts**
Calcium
Vitamin D(1)
A Must
Sever pain in bone, joint and muscle, very bad heartburn, difficulty swallowing, diarrhea, chest pain and etc.
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(1) Traditional calcium supplements are hardly absorbed in the pH medium of the small intestine (pH 7.0-7.2). With the help of Vitamin D, their absorption rate is slightly higher.

Taking traditional calcium supplements also suppress your body's ability to absorb magnesium. In the pH environment of the small intestine, inorganic minerals tend to attach themselves to one another and form magma precipitation. Once precipitated, the minerals become nonabsorbable. Therefore taking inorganic calcium supplements will dramatically reduce magnesium absorption. And that is exactly why one needs to supplement magnesium while taking inorganic calcium.

(2) EZorb Calcium®, on the other hand, does not need participation of Vitamin D for better absorption. Calcium aspartate anhydrous (CalAA) is absorbed in its molecular form therefore it doesn't need to use Vitamin D as a carrier to penetrate the mucous membrane.

CalAA doesn't interact with other compounds thanks to its strong molecular structure. Therefore EZorb will not affect magnesium absorption.


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