4 Types of Toxic Cookware to Avoid and 4 Safe Alternatives



We all know the importance of eating healthy, but not everyone knows that the cookware you use to prepare your dishes is just as important as the food itself.

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  1. Let me get something straight.

    PTFE starts emitting toxin at 572 degree. How often do people get even close to that temperature on a stove top? Keep in mind that MOST people have electric stove top as well. And most people don't cook at high heat.

    PFOA has insignificant amount in teflon. But it is also in tap water? So drinking tap water is more harmful than cooking with teflon cookware?

    Al – Al foil has layer and layer of Al? Are we talking at the atomic level now? From my understanding, Al foil is made of Al and nothing else. So we are breaking the ionic bond of Al now?

  2. IF THIS COOKWARE OR TEFLON ARE BAD TO OUR HEALTH WHY THE COMPANY WHO MADE ALL THESE STILL MAKING? STILL IN THE STORE? WHY THEY NOT PULLED OUT IN THE STORE? IN COSTCO TEFLON IS WORTH 200 DOLLAR /SET. IT MEANS THE COSTCO CO. DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ABOUT THIS? WEEEWWWH THIS IS CONFUSING.

  3. Research shows now that aluminum found in Alzheimer patients come from brain autopsies made with aluminium instruments. So ingested foods containing aluminium from pans doesn't affected the brain function.

  4. I just tried to order 5 copper chef baking pans and the order didn't go through even though I had money on my debit card. I now wonder if it was meant for me not to have that cookware.

  5. Thanks this is the proof we Indians r really smart. Since from decades till now we use iron and steel and mud vessels to prepare food. If u want to purchase casted iron pan good quality and cheap rate kindly visit India.

  6. never ever use aluminum in anything, and copper even if its coated could still leach in your food.
    if you happen to have these cookwares and have limited budget, try to buy stainless and cast iron one by one until you get rid of the others.
    buy high quality cookware that would last you several lifetimes. And use glass instead of plastic for storage.

  7. I was raised to use pyrex glassware and stainless steel.
    One of my son's uses cast iron and ceramic cookware
    My favorite is stainless steel.
    At is so shiny and if food gets stuck to the pan it is easy to clean with baking soda.
    The shine comes right back.
    Thanks for the info.

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