British Health Author Advocates Science-Backed Drive to Help Beat Virus
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, June 1— New cutting-edge book just released by Shirley Amy BSc, addresses the colossal vitamin D deficiency in the US, and all over the world. Amy offers clear advice from leading researchers, on the benefits of ensuring we all get sufficient vitamin D, be it from the sun, certain foods, or if necessary, supplements. This is because research has shown that: vitamin D strengthens our immunity, and can protect us against acute respiratory infections. Moreover, individuals with severe vitamin D deficiency, are twice as inclined to suffer major Covid-19 complications.
"An estimated 1 billion people worldwide, across all ethnicities and age groups, have a vitamin D deficiency" 
Amy's written message is based along the lines that beating Covid-19 and similar enemies that could confront us in the future, is in our own hands; and that we all have a positive role to play to help protect ourselves, our families, our loved ones, and the population at large.
About the Author
Amy is a well known English Holistic Health Guru, and the author of four other books, including the pioneering quit smoking method: "The Winning Way to Quit Smoking." This shows people how to change their mindset, and use various natural de-stressing products such as aromatherapy oil, and American-made, Quit Tea. She holds university & college qualifications in the fields of health science, nutrition, holistic health, aromatherapy, mental health, diabetes and fitness. Of note, she has been instrumental in encouraging people to quit to improve their lung function and overall health, so they can stand stronger in the face of the pandemic.
Beating the Enemy: How Vitamin D Could Help Fight Covid-19, is a succinct, easy to read, 5 chapter book, available as an ebook or paperback. It includes referrals to state-of-the-art institutions, including Harvard Health, Harvard Nutrition Source, and Yale Health. Further, it imparts the latest information in relation to the potential link between vitamin D and battling Covid-19, including research indicating that 2vitamin D