Prestigious Mom's Choice Awards® Winner
Want to be healthier? The award-winning "Defend Your Life" explains how you can empower your life by taking a safe and inexpensive daily dose of vitamin D. Recently garnering a prestigious Mom's Choice Award, this book addresses recent medical research -- in easy-to-understand language -- on vitamin D3's wide range of potential health benefits including: decreasing the risk of arthritis, autism, cancer, contagious illnesses, diabetes, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, and thyroid disorders. Adequate vitamin D3 in your body also may improve your athletic ability and dental health as well as slow genetic aging. Author Susan Rex Ryan shares her theory about how you can attain optimal vitamin D3 status and easily "defend your life" by enjoying better health.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Susan Rex Ryan is the award-winning author of the Amazon bestseller "Defend Your Life" about the awesome health benefits of vitamin D including the potential prevention of autism, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and multiple sclerosis. Her health articles have been published on Hormones Matter (TM), Lucine Health Sciences website and in Choices Magazine. Sue is a regular guest on radio shows where she discusses vitamin D's benefits. Sue holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgetown University and a Master of Science degree from the U.S. military's National War College. In addition, she has earned scores of Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits from accredited U.S. medical programs approved by, inter alia, The American Academy of Family Physicians. Her professional memberships include the Vitamin D Council and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Born and raised in the Philadelphia, PA area, Sue enjoyed a career with the U.S. government where her service included leading non-proliferation efforts for nuclear and chemical weapons security. Formal recognition of her achievements includes the Office of the Secretary of Defense's Exceptional Civilian Service Award and the U.S. Department of State's Meritorious Honor Award. For the majority of her life, Sue endured an undiagnosed vitamin D deficiency from lack of adequate sun exposure, a common situation for millions of people living outside the equatorial region. After retiring in her early 50's, Sue parlayed her science background with a quest to attain a medical understanding of hormonal imbalance. She attended medical conferences, seminars, and workshops to learn about vitamin D and other hormones from renowned experts. Having extensively researched compelling medical findings about vitamin D's benefits, Sue successfully became "vitamin D healthy." In "Defend Your Life" she shares her impassioned self-help success as well as her knowledge about vitamin D with the hope that the information in her book will empower the health and quality of life of many people.