Someone May Be Poisoning Me
Q: Is it possible to tell from the hair analysis if I have been poisoned?
The poisoning would have taken place for a period of two years. I know this sounds bizarre, but I am certain my ex-husband was giving me something clandestinely – I just don’t know what. He is now up for 6 felony counts for molestation; after this, everything fell into place.
Had I gone for blood tests immediately, perhaps something could have been done. I thought that the hair analysis might work.
Please let me know as soon as possible. I am worried.
A: Believe it or not, I am asked this question fairly often. I have done the hair analysis for many people who suspected they were being poisoned.
Yes, we can see poisons on the hair analysis. Not all poisons show in the hair, however, but the more common and obvious ones will, such as arsenic, battery acids, and fertilizers.
Many chemicals are used commonly around the house and can easily poison someone – whether on purpose or by accident. If you know what the poison is that you suspect you are in contact with, I can focus on that.
If you’re not sure, we’ll just see what we find.
You are not alone, though.
Rat poison (arsenic), battery acids (cadmium), and fertilizers (manganese, phosphorus and potassium) are some of the most common elements that may not show up in the blood but will remain in your hair.
It’s worth a try.
Worst Aspartame Reaction
Q: Dr. Hull, can you tell me what is the most scary thing that can happen as a result of taking aspartame?
A: The worst documented aspartame reaction is death! I almost died from aspartame, and I have a case history in my book Sweet Poison of death caused by aspartame.
Before the FDA cut the list off in 1992, they had 4 recorded deaths caused by aspartame between 1988 and 1992.
This death and more are in Sweet Poison.
I was ready to code with a heart attack at 36 years old, with a resting heart rate was 170 BPM. The death case history in my book is about a 21 year old who died from a grand mal seizure caused by her addiction to diet colas.
I’m sure this isn’t what you expected my answer to be, but these are the facts.
Aspartame is deadly.
10 Common Foods With Aspartame
Q: What are 10 of the most common foods and drinks containing aspartame?
A: The list is below, but note that one of the biggest issues to watch out for is food products that have aspartame in them but are not labeled sugar-free. Wrigley’s gum (Doublemint®, for example) has diet sweeteners in it, but is not labeled sugar-free.
Many medications have aspartame, too. I, personally, think this is insane. Why does anyone need aspartame in their medication?
1. Wrigley®’s gum
2. Fiber One®
3. Children’s Tylenol®
5. All diet colas except RC Cola and Diet Rite with Splenda®
6. Starburst® popsicles
7. Jell-O® Sugar-free Instant Gelatin Desert
8. Weight-Watchers® Frozen Dinners
9. Crystal Lite® Drink Mixes
10. Nestle Quik® Lite Chocolate milk
(More names of products on pp. 68-71 in my book, Sweet Poison)
Thanks for your very good question.
In today’s world, it’s best to read the labels on EVERYTHING you buy. Who’d ever guess chemical sweeteners are in Juicy Fruit® gum?
Q: I am trying to find out if hair analysis can identify if I have been overexposed to radiation. It seems that all the doctors can tell me is “what I do not have“, and they are unable to find anything wrong or make any conclusions why I am sick.
A: Yes to your question.
The hair analysis will show what toxins are inside you, and don’t be surprised if there’s more than one toxin. It’s important to know if you have been exposed to harmful toxins.
I can imagine that you are worn out with this, but I don’t think you’ve been in the right places for the right answers.
Now, you have entered into the world of alternative medicine – now you can get some answers you’ve been searching for.
Which Enzyme Do I Use? And When?
Q: I recently contacted you about an autoimmune disease that I have that has caused inflammation of my kidneys. Since I had been previously using aspartame, you suggested that I do the Detox Program, along with cranberry tincture and Wobenzym-N enzymes for the inflammation.
I got your book on the Detox, which calls for digestive enzymes after every meal.
Do I need to take digestive enzymes along with the Wobenzym or are the Wobenzym enzymes the digestive enzymes? If I need to take both, can you tell me when I would take the Wobenzym as well as how many you would suggest that I take?
A: When detoxing, it is more effective when removing toxins to use all of the digestive enzymes – the stomach enzymes, like pepsin and hydrochloric acid, right after your meal to help you digest your foods, and the Wobenzym-N is used on a fairly empty tummy between meals because it is a systemic body enzyme and scours the tissues all over your body for toxins.
You’ll get faster results when using both. But if I were to choose one of the two, I’d use the Wobenzym-N above all others.
It is an excellent health supplement.
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