Dr. Hull was raised in the entertainment and movie industry, and she was trained in classical piano and opera. She has been performing on stage since she was seven years of age, and is a “natural” when speaking to large audiences or granting media interviews.
Dr. Hull began teaching on the university level in the 1980s. She has instructed classes in geology, physical and cultural geography, world religion, climatology, meteorology, earth science, geomorphology, cultural anthropology and the OSHA 40 SARA 120 HAZMAT certification classes.
While teaching at the University of North Texas, she directed a National Symposium on the Dangers of NutraSweet/Equal®. The two-day seminar exposed evidence of corruption in NutraSweet’s approval process and the health dangers related to aspartame use.
When Splenda® was first introduced in the USA in the year 2000, Dr. Hull began researching the novel sweetener substitute. As with her aspartame research, she uncovered questionable FDA documents and research reports filed with Canadian, European and American government agencies concerning the safety of Splenda.
Dr. Hull is an experienced sweetener expert, having researched all of the chemical sweeteners available on the market today. She routinely lectures on the diet sweeteners, and grants media interviews concerning the harmful effects of the diet sweeteners.
Topics Of Interest
Sweet Poison. In 1997, Dr. Hull pioneered the exposure of aspartame dangers in her book, Sweet Poison: How The World’s Most Popular Artificial Sweetener Is Killing Us – My Story.
Splenda. Dr. Hull was the first researcher and author to publish a book in 2004 on Splenda. Her professional reputation and international presence as an artificial sweetener expert and author has produced Top 10 Internet rankings in the major search engines, and generates over 100,000 page views to her websites daily.
In 2012, Dr. Hull’s website www.sweetpoison.com received over one million page views. Dr. Hull has published hundreds of Internet articles on the dangers of artificial sweeteners and their impact on human health. She is currently the advisor for the film documentary, Consumption.
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