Non Toxic Cookware

In my quest to detox your life, I’m going into your kitchen today.  So many people use Teflon pans.  I mean, who wants to scrub a burnt on char from a conventional pan?  I don’t know how chefs do it, but I just always seem to burn food in regular pans.  The only answer is Teflon pans, right? WRONG!

In recent years, manufacturers are creating new non-stick pans.  Why do you care?  Well, regular Teflon pans out gas toxic chemicals.  The PFOA & PTFE that out gas when the pan heats up is deadly.  In fact, people with birds are warned not to cook with Teflon pans because the out gas chemicals will kill their birds! It’s like the canary in the coal mine situation.  PFOA has been linked to a number of health effects, including thyroid disease, high cholesterol, early signs of liver damage, testicular and kidney cancer, and pregnancy-induced hypertension and preeclampsia.  Who needs that? Not You!

So, when you are opting for whole real food, organic when possible, why are you cooking it in deadly chemicals?  Isn’t the point of improving your diet and the quality of your food to improve your health?  Now it’s time to go the extra step and begin replacing those toxic pans with non-toxic alternatives.

In the video I introduce you to one of my new pans by Ozeri.  I’ve tried several different brands over the years.  I have to say, I love this new pan.  Green Earth by Ozeri is the one featured in the video, but I’ve also used Orgeenic and GreenPan.  The Ozeri pan utilizes GREBLON ceramic – an ultra-safe ceramic coating from Germany which is 100% PTFE, PFOA and APEO free (no heavy metals or chemicals).  Any option is a better option than traditional Teflon.  It’s a simple trade that will improve the health of you and your family.

Click here to see the New Video.

Click here to purchase the new Green Earth pan by Ozeri.

If you have any questions, please leave me a comment.

This entry was written by Dr. Shelly Masters , posted on Thursday January 19 2017at 05:01 pm , filed under Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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