Sue Rex Ryan’s fascinating interview on the effects of Vitamin D3 and MS is now posted. Please share will everyone you know who is suffering from MS.
Sue Rex Ryan:
A World without MS: Vitamin D’s Role
Holy Hormones Honey!
VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
Noon ET – 9 am PT
MS was identified almost 150 years ago, yet the disease still has no cure. What happened at that point in history? It was the onset of the Industrial Revolution and people moved from their farms to the factories; from an agrarian lifestyle to an urban culture that still predominates today.
Over 2.5 million people around the world have been diagnosed with MS including approximately 400,000 Americans. Women are to 2 to 3 times more likely to develop MS than men. The number of MS cases continues to grow. Sue Ryan joins host, Leslie Carol Botha to discuss the role of Vitamin D to prevent or even treat MS.
Upon retiring from a career in Washington, D.C., in her early 50s, Sue’s health unexpectedly deteriorated. She empowered herself to find out ‘why’ by attending medical seminars and conducting research to resolve her health issues.
One of her key findings was that she was highly deficient in Vitamin D. While on her journey to better health, Sue became impassioned with the health benefits of Vitamin D. One of the health benefits supported by scientific research is vitamin D’s connection with MS.
Sue will address the ‘need’ to protect ourselves from the sun with clothing and sun tan lotions – blocking those essential rays of life and actually causing high rates of MS in high altitude states. She will back up her points with scholarly research that is beginning to change how we view our health and medical support.
Susan Rex Ryan wrote Defend Your Life, an informative book about the amazing health benefits of Vitamin D. Defend Your Life won a prestigious Mom’s Choice Award® and enjoys a “best-selling” ranking on Amazon.com.
Ryan’s timely book on the health benefits Vitamin D includes information on the prevention of autism, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and multiple sclerosis. She is a guest health writer for Lucine Biotechnology, Inc., a research and diagnostics company.
Susan Ryan possesses 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, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and the Independent Book Publishers Association.