NH365 041: Toxic cookware – Warnings and solutions

NH365 041: Toxic cookware – Warnings and solutions
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naturalhealth365 podcast(NaturalHealth365) By now, I’m sure you know about the health dangers associated with air and water pollution plus the threat posed by household chemicals … but what about your cookware? Could your pots and pans be damaging your health?

Many experts say yes. In truth, as validated by scientific testing results, stainless steel pans leach chrome and nickel; cast iron pots can trap grease – which over time get rancid; lead is present in many glass / enamel cookware items and, of course, non-stick Teflon pans leach a chemical linked to reproductive disorders and cancer.

Today, on the NaturalHealth365 Podcast, Jonathan Landsman and Richard Bergstrom, Founder of Ceramcor talk about a much safer alternative to toxic cookware designed to protect you and your family from harm.

Links related to the show:

1. Click here to learn more about the safest cookware on the market – Xtrema Ceramic Cookware

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Why Xtrema cookware is better for your health

1. It’s safer for food preparation and healthier eating.

Unfortunately, many of today’s most popular cooking surfaces not only leach unwanted flavors into your food, they can also be dangerous to your health. Luckily, with ceramic cookware, you can enjoy a versatile cooking experience that gives you healthy, tasty results and easy cleanup to boot.

2. A cookware solution you can trust.

The inorganic, 100% natural materials in Xtrema ceramic cookware means there are no dangerous metals or chemicals leaching toxins into your food and air. Ceramic is naturally durable and non-reactive – in other words, it won’t change the taste of dishes such as tomato sauce or eggs.

In addition, this durability also means you can use Xtrema safely under high temperatures and freezing temperatures alike. You can cook a dish under the broiler and put it in the freezer without any problems.

Meet the man behind Ceramcor – Richard Bergstrom

For 23 years, Richard Bergstrom worked for and represented Corning Glass Works, the finest ceramics company in the world, the makers of Corning Ware cookware, Pyrex bakeware and Corelle dinnerware. It was during these years that Richard was blessed with working with so many wonderful people who helped to shape and mold his love for the glass ceramics business.

In October of 2004, three years after his tenure with Corning ended he received an unsolicited e-mail from Taiwan asking him if he would be interested in a new high temperature ceramic material that could go on top of the stove and under the broiler, a product that would surpass the cooking performance and benefits of the original Corning Ware.

That single e-mail became the catalyst for what would end up being three additional years of research, testing and product development. In February of 2007 Ceramcor, LLC was officially established in Toms River, New Jersey.

Richard remains focused on making the finest quality cookware, dinnerware and glassware on the market.

To learn more about Ceramcor and the safest cookware in the world – visit: Ceramcor.com

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