Before graduating from high school, Dr. Hull studied classical piano for twelve years and vocal training for seven years. She won the Texas State Gold Medal for vocal solo performance at the age of 14.
She received a Bachelors of Science in International Geography and Geology at The University of Texas at Austin and then went on to work Sun Oil Company as a uranium geologist.
Dr. Hull earned her Master’s Degree in Environmental Science from Texas A & M at Commerce and her Certified Nutrition License from the American Health Science University. Later, she received a Ph.D. in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health.
Dr. Janet Hull is a licensed firefighter, EMT and federally certified Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response Specialist, certified fitness instructor and personal trainer. She was one of the first American environmental engineers to work on the remediation of the former Soviet army bases in Eastern Europe.
Her various academic degrees and years of experience remediating toxins have provided her with a special understanding of the many chemical causes at the root of human disease.