Q: Hello, Dr. Hull.
I was wondering if I could learn about the detox program without doing the hair analysis first ...
I have been addicted to diet soda for at least 40 years and have decided since visiting your website that I must stop drinking Diet Coke and consuming 5 hour energy drinks.
I have been losing hair for almost a year now and assume my addiction is the reason. I don’t want to to cut a sizable chunk of hair for the hair analysis, although I would love to know the results. I could provide pubic hair for the lab test, but I understand head hair is better.
Can I bypass the hair analysis and just start on your detox? What should I do?
Please advise. Thank you.
A: From Dr. Hull
First, yes – stop the Diet Coke and the energy drinks. You should notice an immediate improvement doing this.
Secondly, begin detoxing ASAP. Removing the toxins from these drink chemicals will also make you feel better, but heads-up – you may have flu-like symptoms initially as your body removes them over the next week to 10-days.
Don’t panic – it’s not COVID … it’s sugar, methanol and formaldehyde. Remember that not every illness these days is COVID.
You can detox without doing a hair analysis, but the key to the hair testing is to uncover toxins that you have no idea are circulating through your body. If you can identify the sources of unknown toxins, you can remove them.
This is great hidden information to discover because it accelerates healing.
Many people submit pubic hair, and I actually like using this type of hair sample because it exposes deep tissue and longterm toxins. The head hair is preferred by many labs and practitioners because it provides a more current picture of your essential nutrient balance, which tells the story of what you are doing now.
- stop using toxic drinks and food products;
- begin detoxing;
- submit a sample of pubic hair, equal to a tablespoon’s worth;
- modify your supplement program and the time needed to detox after you have received your hair analysis results;
- you should notice an improvement in your health.
All the best with your new lifestyle!
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