A message from Janet Starr Hull:
Welcome to my world of natural living and holistic nutrition. I am here because of you. I want to help you take control of your health and wellness.
I am an educator and motivator with a very unique background, and that makes my nutrition programs some of the most effective programs available today. I take what I have learned along my life’s journey to inspire others facing their own life challenges.
I love to learn. I thoroughly enjoyed getting academic degrees in geology, international geography, environmental science, fitness training and holistic nutrition.
In my youth, I was a concert pianist and award-winning vocalist, but what I really wanted to do was be a geologist and teach.
I become an OSHA Environmental Hazardous Waste Emergency Response Specialist and Toxicologist (HAZWOPER), a firefighter, an author, and a college professor.
In 1991, I was diagnosed (better described as mis-diagnosed) with Grave’s disease. No one knew the cause of my disease, and no one had any answers to my many questions why I was dying.
Because of my engineering background, I discovered that aspartame found in NutraSweet/Equal® caused my illness. Knowing the CAUSE of my diagnosis, I cured myself and healed naturally.
I founded Starr Resources International after my recovery from aspartame poisoning. By 2004, my business had grown into The Hullistic Network, LLC, and I founded Microbe Conversions, LLC in 2008 (a research company).
When I had aspartame poisoning, I was an environmental science professor at The University of North Texas, and after I recovered from Grave’s disease, I added holistic nutrition and natural medicine to my resume.
Combining my experience as a toxicologist and environmental field engineer with my natural recovery from Grave’s disease made my work very unique and effective in helping others find answers to their health problems that mainstream medicine does not provide.
In 1997, I published my first book, Sweet Poison: How The World’s Most Popular Artificial Sweetener Is Killing Us. As I write in Sweet Poison, I naively assumed that my natural recovery from an incurable disease would change the world.
I quickly realized that I was wrong. I discovered a very dishonest, political world of propaganda and corruption. My diet sweetener work, nutritional counseling, and motivational speaking have helped hundreds of people, but the propaganda and corruption continue.
Today, I am grateful for an International presence based on my disease recovery, on my books, based on my Hair Analysis Program reputation, and on my 10-Steps To Detoxification Program that explains how I recovered naturally from aspartame poisoning.
My Health Philosophies
My academic degrees and personal experience with aspartame poisoning helped me understand how toxic chemicals cause disease.
By combining my knowledge in holistic nutrition with toxicology, human geography, and Emergency Response techniques, I created very effective wellness programs for natural healing.
I firmly believe that health and wellness cannot occur until THE CAUSE of disease is determined. I learned from my personal experience with aspartame poisoning that unless the SOURCE of disease symptoms are eliminated, all the doctors, hospitals, and pharmaceuticals in the world will only “mask” the problem, and healing cannot be achieved or successfully maintained.
Before graduating from Lake Highlands High School in Dallas, Texas in 1973, I studied classical piano for 12 years and vocal training for 7 years. I won the Texas State Gold Medal for vocal solo performance at the age of 14.
I received a Bachelors of Science in International Geography and Geology at The University of Texas at Austin in 1997, and began working at Sun Oil Company as a uranium geologist.
I earned a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science from Texas A & M University in 1982, and began my college teaching career. After I cured myself from aspartame poisoning, I went back to school for holistic nutrition and received my Certified Nutrition License from the American Health Science University in 1994, and a PhD in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health in 2000.
I had the privilege of being one of the first American environmental engineers to work on the remediation of the former Soviet army bases in Eastern Europe in the late 1980s, when I first learned about the healing benefits of the French Green Clay. Little did I realize that I would use the clay a few years later to cure myself from an incurable disease.
Learning From The Animals
Today, I live and work on a wildlife sanctuary in South Texas. My youngest son and I founded a 501c3 charity organization for the protection of endangered tortoises, birds, and wildlife from around the world.
Using educational programs and on-going biological research, GREEN Wildlife Center documents ways to better understand and protect the many magnificent creatures around the world.
As I continuously work to perfect my nutritional counseling practice, I am reminded daily that Nature’s animals are no different from humans. By learning more about the incredible creatures we live among, I continue to apply a basic, holistic approach to today’s challenging health issues.