May 2009 Issue


In this month's newsletter we have our regular entries: Client/Reader Feedback; Q & A with Dr. Hull; Did You Know? ; and our new feature Big Pharma Side Effects - Fever Relievers. Our articles this month are: Caustic Soda - Your Diet Cola; Sweet Stevia; and How to Prevent the... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

Dear Dr. Janet, I LOVE receiving your newsletter! I am taking a moment, once again, to say thank you so much for all you do every day! Thank you! I always learn so much. I have spent most of this year assisting my brother with the sale of our parent's... Continue Reading

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Sweet Stevia, Sweeeet

Stevia is what I consider a natural sucrose (sugar) substitute - sweeeet! Stevia is similar to any natural herb, except that it's sweet. And stevia is safe for diabetics, and can actually be a healthy choice for lowering blood glucose levels and insulin demands. It's naturally delicious and a much... Continue Reading

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Caustic Soda - Your Diet Cola

Caustic Soda is actually a scientific name for industrially produced chlorine from the compound sodium chloride. I constantly remind consumers that sodium chloride can be found as a natural form, and as a man-made compound. There is a big difference between these two forms - the body uses the natural... Continue Reading

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How To Prevent The Swine Flu

Listen to the radio, watch television, read any newspaper - swine flu is creating a panic. Jury trials are postponed, public events have been cancelled, school districts are shut down, and President Obama says the horse is out of the barn - now what do we do? First, you don't... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

Aspartame and Anxiety in Children Q: This question is actually for my daughter who is now 13. Since I have always used products with aspartame and Splenda, my children have grown up using them as well. My daughter began experiencing psychiatric symptoms when she first started school. We sought the... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni is a perennial shrub native to the Amambay Mountain region of Paraguay, South America. Like basil and oregano, stevia is merely an herb. A small amount of stevia goes a long way; too much is bitter, while a small amount is sweet. Stevia has been used in... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipes

Given our focus on stevia, I thought it only fair to select some recipes using stevia this month. We have some delicious Blueberry Muffins and Sour Cream-Vanilla Pancakes, the lightest, fluffiest pancakes imaginable! Enjoy! Blueberry Muffins Yield: 12 muffins 6 oz. pineapple juice 1/4 cup cold-pressed oil of choice 1... Continue Reading

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Big Pharma Side Effects

Medication Side Effects for Fever Relievers Bayer Aspirin (aspirin) Contraindications: NSAID allergy, viral infections in children and teenagers, syndrome of asthma, rhinitis, and nasal polyps. Warnings/Precautions: Increased risk of bleeding with heavy alcohol use (>3 drinks/day). May inhibit platelet function; can adversely affect inherited (hemophilia) or acquired (hepatic disease, vitamin... Continue Reading

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