Published at Saturday, August 04th, 2018 - 03:31:54 AM. Cooking Pan. By Zdzislawa.
Excerpt from Safe Cookware - Is Stainless Steel Cookware Safety? :
Is Stainless Steel Cookware Safety? - Stainless steel cookware is a great choice for safe cooking. Many kinds of cookware react with the foods, either changing the taste of the food or even releasing harmful materials into the food that can cause imbalances or diseases. Many non-stick coatings like Teflon are safe - but once they get scratched or overheated they can start to leak chemicals in the food that are according to some scientific studies dangerous and possibly carcinogenic.
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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