Exposing the Danger of Non-stick Cookware!!!

Are You Exposing Your Family to Toxic Fumes from Non-Stick Cookware?

Freereport: Exposing the Dangers of non-stick
If you love cooking, one of your favorite kitchen items is probably your non-stick cookware. If you use your non-stick pots and pans on a daily basis, you may unknowingly be exposing your family to hidden dangers. That's because non-stick cookware is made using a carcinogenic chemical called perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), which starts emitting toxic fumes that you inhale every time you cook with a non-stick pot or pan!
At high temperatures, the coating of non-stick cookware will also break down into a chemical warfare agent known as PFIB, and a chemical analog of the WWII nerve gas phosgene.
Your best friend in the kitchen may actually be your family's worst health enemy. It only takes 5 minutes for non-stick cookware to emit at least six toxic gases. i
How dangerous is PFOA to your health? What other toxic gases are released when you use non-stick cookware?

The Scientific Evidence Doesn't Lie: Non-Stick Cookware Is Dangerous to Your Health!

Freereport: Exposing the Dangers of non-stick
This may come as a shock to those who enjoy using their non-stick cookware.
If you use your non-stick pots and pans on a daily basis, they are likely to scratch and break at some point, increasing your risk of releasing poison in your home!
That's another good reason for you to read this FREE REPORT, EXPOSING THE DANGERS OF NON-STICK COOKWARE, which will give you access to the evidence provided by scientific studies against non-stick cookware that you won't find elsewhere, including:
  • The types of cancer associated with PFOA
  • The flu-like disease caused by inhaling fumes from non-stick cookware
  • The effects of PFOA to pregnant women
  • The deadly illness that causes poisoning in birds
  • The results of animal studies on the effects of PFOA

Safety Over Convenience: How to Kick PFOA Out of Your Home!

The shocking truth is that AT LEAST 90% of Americans have PFOA in their blood. PFOA is an extremely hardy and stays in the human body for years. According to Environment Working Group, even if all new exposures to PFOA were stopped, it would still take over 4 YEARS for your body to get rid of half of the PFOA that's accumulated in your organs and tissues!ii
So you have to START NOW!
Put your safety first! This FREE REPORT, EXPOSING THE DANGERS OF NON-STICK COOKWARE, will tell you how to avoid PFOA exposure, including:
    Freereport: Exposing the Dangers of non-stick
  • Choosing Safe Cookware
    You have so many options besides non-stick cookware – aluminum, stainless, coated, non-coated, etc. I've done the research and will reveal to you SAFE COOKWARE that won't release toxic fumes into your kitchen, but is just as easy to clean as non-stick pots and pans!
  • Avoiding the Major Sources of PFOA
    On page 5 of this report, find out which common food packaging accounts FOR OVER 20% OF PFOA LEVELS in the average U.S. citizen and other products which contain PFOA. Get rid of these products from your home to protect you and your family from the looming risk of cancer and other dangerous diseases.
Cooking and preparing meals is a labor of love. Non-stick cookware has turned that labor into a hazard. You should be taking in the succulent aroma of food, but you're inhaling toxic fumes instead.
So what are you going to do about it?
You can either choose to do what everyone else is doing – continue using toxic non-stick cookware – or you can kick a dangerous product out of your home and start living a healthy lifestyle.
Choose your health over convenience. The risks of using non-stick cookware greatly outweigh the benefits. Cook healthy and live healthy!

By Mercola.com

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