Toxin Free Kitchen Equipment
Many experts warn against chemicals found in kitchenware. The FDA has discovered that certain chemicals (specifically PFOA, or perfluorooctanoic acid) used in manufacturing Teflon (also known as PTFE or polytetrafluoroethylene, if you’re fancy) are actually toxic to the environment and our health, and can build up in your body over time.
I discuss ALL the chemicals of concern in food and kitchen equipment in my toxins webinar.
Wether you are pregnant or have a small baby, choosing the right equipment is even more essential.
WHAT IS THE SAFEST COOKWARE FOR YOUR HEALTH?
- Ceramic, which is nonstick, scratch-resistant and very easy to clean
- Cast iron, which will last for years when treated well, is extremely versatile and retains heat like nobody’s business
- Carbon steel, which is similar to cast iron but is smoother and more lightweight
- Stainless steel, which is not nonstick but is durable, widely available and often relatively inexpensive
Finding toxin free kitchen equipment in the Middle East can be hard. I gathered below from my research products that I found on Amazon.
GreenPan is the pioneer of healthy ceramic non-stick: safe cookware that doesn’t contain any toxic chemicals or persistent pollutants and is easy to use. Thermolon ceramic non-stick is manufactured without PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium. The coating won’t blister, peel or release any harmful fumes, even if you accidentally overheat your pan.
Round enameled cast iron dish, Tight-fitting lid, Fuss-free one-pot cooking, Serves 2-3 people, made in France.Easy food release interior enamel, for quick simmering or slow cooking on medium-low heat, Heats evenly with lasting heat retention.
Versatile Use: From meat or veg casseroles and one-pot roasts, pasta, to curry, soup and even bread and cakes.
Can be used as a deep skillet, fryer or Dutch oven to prepare almost any meal. The lid also doubles-up as a shallow skillet or griddle for added functionality. Pre-seasoned at Lodge's foundry for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with use.
For a detailed discussion on how to decrease chemical exposure in cosmetics, food, and food packaging visit my free masterclass "How to Decrease Chemical Exposure From Your Food and Home".
For a list of toxin free cosmetics visit the following link.