June 2004 Issue

Can Natural Cleanses Make Health Symptoms Worse?

Nutritional detox programs and natural cleanses can make health symptoms worse, but that's a good sign they are working! I know it seems backward, but when detoxing, it is a positive sign to experience an initial increase in symptoms because the body is excreting whatever toxin it is reacting to,... Continue Reading

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Nonessential Vitamins

Last month's newsletter featured an article on the essential nutrients; those nutrients derived from food that the body is unable to manufacture on its own. The counterparts to the essential nutrients are the accessory nutrients also called nonessential nutrients or co-factors. May's Newsletter: http://www.janethull.com/newsletter/0504/ There are many nonessential nutrients that... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

* Studies at the Charite Hospital in Berlin, Germany have associated high intake of lycopene and vitamin E with a reduced prostate cancer risk. * The best dietary source of lycopene is tomatoes, but is also found in watermelon and pink grapefruit. * Studies on sodium fluoride in tap water... Continue Reading

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Q and A with Dr. Hull

To: Dr. Janet Starr Hull Subject: Quackwatch and hair analysis credibility Q: I heard about hair analysis a few weeks ago on German television (I am Croatian, multilingual, live in Italy). The idea was so convincing that I decided I would have it done in Germany in a couple of... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipe

From my mom's 1942 Woman's Home Companion Cook Book CHICKEN, ITALIAN STYLE Fowl, 3 1/2 to 4 pound Flour, about 1/2 cup Salad oil, 3 tablespoons (natural seed oil of choice) Onion, chopped, 1/2 cup Garlic, finely chopped, 1 clove Celery, chopped, 1/2 cup Mushrooms, sliced, 1 cup Parsley, chopped,... Continue Reading

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Safety Alerts/Government Recalls

A California company is recalling 5 million pounds of raw almonds sold nationwide after the Food and Drug Administration received seven reports of food poisoning. Paramount Farms Inc. of Los Angeles said Tuesday the recalled almonds may contain salmonella, a harmful germ that can cause food poisoning. The recall covers... Continue Reading

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