July 2006 Issue

Introduction

In this month's Healthy Newsletter, we introduce our new Hats Off To Health Award, share information about free 411 calls, include a list of harmful vaccine ingredients, and post a rewrite of (our own) Lucy's Splenda Case History published in the June issue of First For Women Magazine. After you... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

Dear Dr. Hull, I would like to thank you for your work. I recently suffered from natural gas poisoning. I had the following symptoms: 1. shortness of breath 2. occasional racing heart 3. hearing loss in one ear 4. vision problems 5. pain in joints (necrosis on one tibia so... Continue Reading

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Make 411 Calls At No Charge

Free 411: I personally use this service. The operators can be a bit slow at times, but they will research the phone numbers for you at no charge. Phone companies can charge as much as $1.00 or more for 411/ information calls. When you need to use the 411/information option,... Continue Reading

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Hats Off To Health!

Dr. Hull Announces The Hats Off To Health Award® Dr. Janet Hull and the Hullistic Network are proud to announce the Hats Off To Health Award giving worthy recipients free advertising in The Healthy Newsletter and a banner to place on their site acknowledging receipt of this honor. Each month... Continue Reading

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Toxins In Vaccines

I seriously question why aspartame, thimerosal, sorbitol, and monosodium glutamate (to name merely a few) are necessary ingredients in INNOCULATIONS. Typhim Vi typhoid serum, for example, contains aspartame. Do your cells care if injections taste sweet? Heads up to vegetarians, those with PKU sensitivities, people who react negatively to MSG... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

- Georgetown University researchers report that both cinnamon and cinnamon extracts lower blood pressure and stabilize blood sugar levels in spontaneously hypertensive rats. - Natural Sun-dried Sea Salt is a good source of 80 trace minerals, but it must be pink, grey or off-white - NEVER pure white. - Alpha... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipe

Popsicles are a great way to cool off during the hot summer months, and provide healthy snacks for kids of all ages. Plus, they are easy to make at home. Fruit Cream Popsicles 1 banana 10 oz. package frozen sliced strawberries and juice, thawed 8 oz. can pineapple and syrup... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

To: Dr. Janet Hull Subject: Where did you get your PhD? Q: Dear Dr. Hull Where did you get your PhD? A: I finished my PhD through Clayton College, as they are one of two natural health curriculums in the USA that I respect the most. I started my Doctorate... Continue Reading

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Splenda Case History - Lucy's Story

In the summer of 2005, just a little over a year ago, I began using Splenda® in my morning coffee and green tea. Interestingly, July 8, 2006 marks the first anniversary of the day I began seeking a cure for what was the most debilitating pain I'd ever experienced in... Continue Reading

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