When I was diagnosed with Grave’s disease from aspartame poisoning in 1991, my three sons were in pre-school. After I healed from my disease, my life changed – to say the least – and so did theirs.
Growing up with a single mom who had uncovered the dangers of NutraSweet/Equal® was both a blessing and a curse for my kids.
The Blessing: my three sons were raised with the awareness that most of the foods in the vending machines at their schools, at the malls, in the theaters, and at their friends’ houses weren’t good for them to eat.
They were aware of the politics and the greed behind the diet products. Because of my knowledge, they were attuned to the reality that the diet stuff tasted bad and made them feel sick.
The Curse: the information that I had uncovered about the dangers of aspartame wasn’t mainstream in the 1990’s and 2000’s, so none of their friends cared about what they were learning from “their mom.”
None of their friend’s parents wanted to hear that NutraSweet wasn’t the magic bullet it was marketed to be.
The boys cringed every time we’d see someone ordering a super-sized diet cola, hoping that I would not embarrass them in public by saying something to that person.
At first, I did. I learned to pick my battles when the kids were with me.
Over The Years
As the boys grew up, they retained their nutritional upbringing, and have applied good eating habits to their adult lives.
My youngest son founded a 501c3 wildlife sanctuary for endangered exotics from around the world. Believe me, the tortoises, turtles and birds at the conservation center eat only the finest, organic veggies that are locally grown.
My middle son is part owner-operator of several high-end restaurants, serving only the freshest foods, with many from local growers.
My oldest son owns a web-marketing company, and at the young age of 16, he created my first website sweetpoison.com when my book Sweet Sweet Poison first hit the bookshelves.
Over the years, he has worked to create all of my websites to share my health information worldwide. He is particularly excited about the hair analysis websites, and that he created The Hullistic Market.
He is now creating a series of educational videos for us to share with you about the hair analysis, detoxing, the diet sweeteners, weight loss, insulin resistance, and a world of health topics.
And I mean a world of topics.
Enjoy our interview about the hair analysis, which I believe is the first step you need to take when hunting for the source, or sources, of health symptoms.
To Your Health.
Janet Hull, Andy Smith, and all of us at The Hullistic Network