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www.livestrong.com/.../143570-poisons-from-aluminum-cookware

Aluminum cookware is a long-standing kitchen staple due to its low cost and ability to effectively conduct heat. But decades ago, as autopsy reports found unusually high levels of aluminum in the brains of people with Alzheimer's disease, concern arose over the health risks of this metal ...

parade.com/.../are-aluminum-pots-and-pans-harmful

First, let’s put this myth to ­­rest: Aluminum pots and pans are perfectly safe. About half of all cookware is aluminum, usually coated with a nonstick ­surface or treated for some other ...

www.chowhound.com/post/safe-vintage-aluminum-cookware-969289

I mean aluminum foil touches our food all the time and packaging is often aluminum, restaurants largely use aluminum cookware. I could see if you were constantly whisking away wearing down a pitted sauce pan being concerned about aluminum intake but I see no reason that these useful pans should be put out of service as long as used appropriately.

wellnessmama.com/5148/safest-cookware-options

Safe Ceramic Cookware and Bakeware. There is one brand of ceramic surface cookware that is tested to be safe and free from heavy metals and nano-particles. It’s called X-trema Cookware and they score big points for safety. Unfortunately, they lose some major points for convenience as they are entirely ceramic and can easily break.

www.yourcookwarehelper.com/cookware-college/healthy-cookware-safe...

Hard Anodized Aluminum Cookware and My Recommendation. Anodized Aluminum Cookware Manufacturers and industry lobbyists all claim it is safe. Their biggest argument is that the amount of aluminum leached from hard anodized aluminum cookware is a mere 35 micrograms.

www.cooksillustrated.com/.../6390-is-aluminum-cookware-safe

There are conflicting reports that cooking in aluminum pots and pans is risky because aluminum can leach into the food. Should aluminum cookware be avoided? Lightweight aluminum is an excellent heat conductor, but it’s also highly reactive with acidic foods such as tomatoes, vinegar, and citrus ...

www.canada.ca/.../household-products/safe-use-cookware.html

Pots, pans and other cookware are made from a variety of materials. These materials can enter the food that we cook in them. Most of the time, this is harmless. However, care should be taken with some materials. Most of the cookware in Canada is safe to use for daily meal preparation, as long as you ...

www.stonefryingpans.com/healthiest-cookware

Before we list to you of the our Top 10 healthiest cookware, we wanted you to know the main problems with traditional cookware such as some Teflon coating non-stick pots and pans, pure aluminum cookware and copper cookware. All of the above mentioned have harmful chemicals that release hormone altering chemicals into your food.

www.goodhousekeeping.com/cooking-tools/cookware-reviews/a...

Is Nonstick Cookware Safe? Here's Everything You Need to Know, According to Experts. These pots and pans are a-okay to a certain ... degree. Let's put it that way.

www.drweil.com/diet-nutrition/cooking-cookware/anxious...

Well-made anodized aluminum cookware that doesn’t have any scratches is probably okay as well, but if you cook in ordinary aluminum pots and pans (or anodized cookware with scratches) acidic liquids such as tomato sauce will react with the metal, which will get into food and then into your body. Aluminum is all around us.