Dr. Janet Starr Hull's Healthy News Articles

About Janet Hull PhD, CN

Janet Starr Hull, PhD, CN has been working with clients in the holistic health field since 1995. Using natural medicine to cure herself from a diagnosis of Graves’ disease caused by aspartame, Dr. Hull began researching the toxic causes of disease. Today, she is one of the world’s leading experts in environmental toxicology and holistic health and nutrition. Dr. Hull is the first researcher to publicly expose the dangers of aspartame. Connect with Dr. Hull on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

Four Daily Habits For Healthy Weight Loss And Disease Prevention

Just about everyone I know wants to lose some weight and prevent disease. Well, here are four simple habits that will help when you adopt them into your daily lifestyle. eat more fiber eat your greens drink plenty of water get enough sleep Fiber and Belly Fat Fiber is a key to weight management. If […]

Caught Again – Read ALL Of Your Labels, Especially Back Labels

As savvy as I am avoiding the diet sweeteners, I got caught, once again. If I fall for the tricks, I assume that many of you are falling for them, too – unknowingly. Stick with me – I have a story to tell. I live on a wildlife preserve, and we are always dealing with mice foraging […]

Exercise Your Way Out Of Depression

Sadness. Negativity. Hopelessness. Life’s challenges can creep up on you, and over time, they can get the best of you. There are things that you can do naturally to keep depression at bay. Exercise Exercising is healthy for you for many reasons, but did you know that exercising can prevent depression? Exercise can divert your mind […]

Yogurt Popsicles For Breakfast And For Snacks

Who doesn’t like a good popsicle? Homemade yogurt popsicles are a great breakfast option when you are on the run in the morning, and they are always a hit for an after-school snack, or for an anytime snack. Yogurt Popsicles Popsicles from fresh yogurt are simple to make. You can add all the bells and whistles […]

Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie

by ASTROPHE You don’t have to sacrifice a good breakfast when you are on the run. Here is a very filling morning smoothie that’s perfect for people in a rush in the morning. (I have modified the recipe a little bit.) Berry Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie INGREDIENTS 1 cup milk of choice 1/2 cup rolled oats […]

To Eat Or Not To Eat – Breakfast, I Mean

Do you eat breakfast, or do you skip it as you run out of the door to sit in traffic every morning? There are many various opinions circulating around about whether you should eat breakfast, or not. If you have a good diet and eat raw, fresh, organic (when possible), and maintain this as a lifestyle, […]

Food Remedy Series: The Best Foods To Eat When You Have A Cold

There is no doubt that cold weather mirrors bad head colds and the flu. If you are coming down with a cold, there are foods that you can eat to help your body resist getting worse. Vitamin C The most obvious foods to eat when you have a bad cold are foods rich in vitamin […]

Take A Deep Breath – How To Increase Your Oxygen Levels For Better Health

Oxygen. Ah, oxygen is a gift from nature that most of us take for granted. But, oxygen is vital for good health. Oxygen: Increases your survival; Improves exercise stamina; Increases your energy; Provides a good night’s sleep; Improves your mood; Increases mental alertness. This all sounds good to me. Low O2 Levels What causes your oxygen […]

What To Do When You “Overdo It” During The Holidays

Ah, holiday gatherings. Special dinners. Lavish desserts. Too much alcohol. Potluck. Chocolate – lots of chocolate. Office parties. School parties. Grandma and Aunti Jane’s high-carb-high-fat dinners. Eat. Eat. Eat. Who wants to say no to any of this? Typically, no one who is submerged in the happy holiday spirit of friends and family gatherings wants […]

Food Remedy Series – Talking Turkey: A Natural Sleep Aid

Traditionally in America, we gather together with family and friends for traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinners. Like most of us do, you eat more than you typically eat on non-holidays, so after the meal, you want to take a nap. Many of you may think that you get sleepy because you ate too much because eating […]