Published at Saturday, August 04th, 2018 - 03:30:47 AM. Cooking Pan. By Zdzislawa.
Excerpt from Safe Cookware - Is Stainless Steel Cookware Safety? :
Is Stainless Steel Cookware Safety? - Stainless steel cookware is very safe. Stainless steel is a mix of different metals: iron, chromium, and nickel. Iron, as you are probably aware of is not a dangerous metal for the human body - one of the healthy aspects of spinach, for example, is that it has a lot of iron.
Chromium also is healthy for humans - between 50 to 200 (microgram) mg per day are recommended. Studies have shown that when you cook one meal in a stainless steel pan or pot it releases about 45 mg of chromium into the food - so that's even less than what's recommended daily, a very safe amount of chromium. That means even if you eat four meals a day that is all cooked in stainless steel pots and pans you would still be in the safe range since 4 times 45 mg equals 180 mg (less than the daily 200 mg that are totally fine).
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