Healthy Cookware is essential if you want to start a macrobiotic diet of whole foods for healing most diseases. Curing almost any disease, including a skin cancer cure, you must avoid toxic cookware, such as nonstick pans and aluminum.
Most of you know the safest cookware for your health can be a bit pricey, but it will be well worth it in the long term for you to improve your health and enjoy a greater quality of life.
Following any healing diet, such as a macrobiotic diet, means keeping toxins from entering your body.
This means the pots and pans we cook our food in are a consideration, as many of them are actually toxic cookware. In today’s world, toxins are present in a significant variety of things we all ingest and breath-in on a daily basis.
We are told that these unfriendly chemicals are in such small amounts that they’re not harmful.
It makes one wonder ...when do these small amount of toxins become a health risk …after how many days, weeks, months, even years, does it take to start seeing cancer or any other disease?
No one can give you an accurate answer; you determine that by the amount of toxins you consume.
The important thing to know is, by using healthy cookware, you can stop this from continuing and move on to a healthier you!
Have you ever heard of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA)?
I haven't either.
Well it’s a health risk and linked to various diseases.
Nonstick pans have a chemical called polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) that is made from perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) which is a health risk. It has been linked to male infertility, high cholesterol, thyroid problems and pregnancy difficulties. It could also cause headaches, backaches and chills.
Remember, you may want a skin cancer cure or just to get healthy, it’s time to ditch the nonstick pans.
Now, what about aluminum pans?
When cooking or storing your foods in aluminum, the heavy metal can leach into your food, especially if the food is highly acidic or salty. Aluminum has been identified as being toxic to the immune system, genetic system and the nervous system. It’s been linked to Alzheimer’s Disease, as well.
Anodized aluminum is a safer alternative because it’s been treated with a hard coating of aluminum that doesn’t allow the aluminum to leach out. It is scratch-resistant, but it still could be scratched and leach. Be careful not to get any deep scratches or dents.
Read this article from the Global Healing Center.
What about stainless steel?
Stainless steel is made with the metals, chromium, molybdenum, and nickel that could trickle out into your foods. It could happen more if the pan is dinged, but the amount would be small. Stainless steel is considered safe cookware. Carbon steel is good.
This is actually a good choice, especially if you have an iron deficiency. The cast iron gives your food a good taste and supplies you with some iron. For anyone who is anemic, iron cookware can make a vast improvement in your iron level. You wouldn’t want to cook all your food in iron as overdoing it can also be harmful.
Glass, Ceramic and Stoneware are all safe.
The only concern would be to check any glazed pans for lead content. It must not contain any lead.
Well, you’re probably seeing the importance of what you use to cook your food in.
Any toxic cookware, even when preparing healthy macrobiotic diet foods can surely be slowing down and even preventing your journey to health
None of us, who seek to improve their health, ever intended to be eating those toxins and heavy metals.
It takes good information to get us on track.
I hope you take this to heart and start replacing that toxic cookware with some safe and healthy cookware.
Search Google or go to Amazon for the safest cookware.
Read about the product well; be sure that it's healthy.
Ads can be misrepresenting.
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