October 2005 Issue

Q & A with Dr. Hull

To: Dr Janet Starr Hull Subject: What sweeteners can a diabetic safely use? Q: Dr. Hull, I was shocked to read the info on poisoning from NutraSweet! I drink diet coke like it is water. I am a diabetic and have been for 27+ years. My question: what can diabetics... Continue Reading

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Splenda®: Is It Safe Or Not?

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 10-17-2005 Splenda®: Is It Safe Or Not? In her recently published book, Splenda®: Is It Safe Or Not?, Dr. Janet Hull, PhD, reveals the scientific evidence which strongly suggests the chemical sweetener sucralose, also known as Splenda, may harm the body. Dr. Hull's new book... Continue Reading

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Diet Sweeteners And Epidemic Obesity

Do you use diet sweeteners to help you lose weight or at the very least, to keep you from gaining more unwanted pounds? According to researchers, there is no clear-cut evidence that sugar substitutes are useful in weight reduction. On the contrary, there is evidence that artificial sweeteners may stimulate... Continue Reading

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Aspartame and the Olympics

When I received a phone call from a young man named Justin Dumais, I thought I was talking to an average young man who had just been diagnosed with a mystifying case of Grave's Disease. He had researched his diagnosis on the Internet, and had discovered my website www.sweetpoison.com. As... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipe

Jack-o-lantern Popcorn Balls for Halloween From the Hullistic Network Instead of artificially sweetened candy, gums, and unhealthy Halloween choices, bake some "less toxic" treats for the kids for Halloween fun and autumn school functions. ½ cup unsalted butter 16 oz regular marshmallows 20 cups popped popcorn fruit roll-ups and fruit... Continue Reading

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Risky chewing gum, gum, gum...

By Martina Watts BA(Hons) Dip ION MBANT Chewing gum is by no means a modern past-time. Thousands of years ago, the Mayan Indians from Southern Mexico were one of the first to discover its benefits, chewing on the hardened sap of the wild Sapodilla tree to clean their teeth and... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

The American Food and Drug Administration has unsuccessfully tried for many years to have Red Dye Number 3 banned, but has faced vigorous industry and political pressure from manufacturers. MSG is no longer made in America, but the United States imports about 80 million pounds of it from Japan and... Continue Reading

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