Category Archives: Consumer Safety

Toxic Versus Healthy Cookware Knowledge

Updated: 11 March 2019, by Marc Woodard Throughout the years toxic cookware products have fueled consumer safety and health risk concerns abroad. Although cookware technology has made great strides in decreasing health risk factors, those risks still exist in inferior cooking vessel products. Cookware safety concerns stem from the fact metals and sealant toxins can be released and absorbed into the blood regardless of the advancement of cookware technologies. “If barbecuing foods was considered healthy (more…)

“FDA Bans Hydrogenated Trans Fats”

Updated: 14 Nov 2018, Marc Woodard In order to understand how unhealthy Trans Fats are it is necessary to first define and relate to them and how this unhealthy fat got into our food in the first place. And why the FDA agrees it’s not fit for human consumption. Hydrogenated Trans fats were invented in the 1890s. What took the FDA so long to put a ban on the hydrogenation of vegetable oils?And even with a ban does this keep Trans Fats out of our diet? (more…)

How to Identify Home Products that Cause Illness and Disease

Updated: 24 Aug 2018 I’ve known for years the chemicals in our consumer marketplace and environment has a direct correlation with disease and rising mortality rates. Through epidemiological, disease prevention and mortality rate studies and World Health Organization reports, etc., a direct connection with consumer products is found to have an effect on health and longevity. And that connection is the Westernized cultures who produce the pathological causing pollutant and chemical contaminants that attack cellular integrity (more…)