The Secret To Saccharin: Don’t Use Too Much Or It Tastes Bitter

A box of Sweet'N Low. The popular artificial sweetener is made from granulated saccharin with dextrose and cream of tartar.

From Splenda® Is It Safe Or Not? by Janet Starr Hull, PhD, CN I am starting this article on “healthy sweeteners” with an “artificial sweetener” most people think causes cancer, but saccharin is the safest and actually one of the safest alternative sweeteners (if you insist on tearing open a colored packet, that is). Natural sugars such as […]

Podcast Time With Dr. Hotze

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Here is the video of the podcast I did on Youtube with Dr. Steven Hotze: https://youtu.be/Ca6cHQS7mfI Here is the podcast video on Dr. Hotze’s blog: https://www.hotzehwc.com/2018/06/dr-janet-hull-on-the-dangerous-side-effects-of-aspartame-and-sucralose/ It’s all about the diet sweeteners, and my personal experience with aspartame poisoning. Enjoy!   Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated […]

Join My Podcast With Dr. Steven Hotze

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This week, I did a podcast interview with Dr. Steven Hotze, and I will announce the date when the podcast airs in a few weeks. Google Dr. Hotze to learn more about him. Dr. Hotze is an alternative MD, and a good one. It’s encouraging to find an allopathic medical doctor who is open-minded to […]

Aspartame And Death – Two Words That Should Never Be Used Together

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Aspartame and death. These two words should never be used together, but sadly, they are, and have been, for decades. Did you know that aspartame can cause death? The FDA knows. They have it recorded in their files. I have a riveting case history in my book, Sweet Poison, about the death of 21-year-old Patty Crane, and a story of […]

The Difference Between Hemp And Pot (Marijuana)

Cannabis extract in test tube holding by scientist

We are witnessing a revolution today – there are lots of changes infiltrating our lives. How we handle them is the key. It’s best to assume that most changes are good, but some are not, and some can be scary because we aren’t given enough good information to understand them correctly. Life on this amazing planet is ever-changing. Think about this: if life on Earth doesn’t change, […]

Aspartame Case History – She’s Never Had Another Seizure

A cute little boy in a pumpkin patch.

  Seeing a toddler suffer through a seizure is very traumatic. Knowing that the doctors can be clueless about the cause is traumatic, too. Did you know that seizures are an all-too-common reaction to aspartame? And a situation that might be prevented.  I included a very compelling case history in my book, Sweet Poison, about Katrina, a 4-year old little girl who suffered […]

Join Me 3-13-18 For Encore Week – Kick Sugar Summit

Dr. Janet Hull in the rdio studio with headphones on.

If you missed any of the speakers (including me) for the Kick Sugar Summit, here is the list of speakers for Encore Week. Thanks to the many people who listened to my interview for sending me such gracious feedback. The Summit is free, and I hope you enjoy. My interview will be repeated on March 13, […]

Q&A: How Long Does It Take to Detox From Aspartame?

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Q: I’d like to ask Dr. Hull about the aspartame withdrawal detox questions below.  I had a hair analysis done with Dr. Hull, and am doing her 10-Step Detox Program now, and am watching her videos over and over again to keep me positive. It’s working, but I do have some concerns about strange things happening to […]

Why I Recommend Saccharin

A word matrix for saccharin.

I grew up with a father who dropped a tiny white pellet into his coffee every morning. That tiny pellet was saccharin, a sweetener daddy first started using in India during WWII in the 1940s. Saccharin was brought to India from China, where it was made from a plant root. Back then (like today), the amount of saccharin […]

Teach Your Children The Difference Between Real And Toxic

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In 2013, I received a letter from an amazing 11 year old, Eva. I’ll never forget it. Eva is now 15 years old, and I bet she is tearing it up. A real leader. The head of her class. She’s probably ready for college. Here’s her letter: Dear Dr. Hull, My name is Eva, and I […]