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Toxic Versus Healthy Cookware Knowledge

All cookware has the potential to be hazardous to your health. Risks increase as toxic metals and sealants are absorbed into foods through compromised cooking vessels. Low quality cookware is often manufactured with inexpensive and unhealthy toxic chemical sealants and metals that leach into foods. Learn to identify poor quality and hazardous cookware. Then select a best replacement and cookware use strategy to ensure you’ve done everything possible to prevent contamination of foods and risk to health. Continue reading

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Are Honey and Cinnamon a Cure All?

It appears there are a lot of nutritional and research information at our finger tips that supports honey and cinnamon as very good for us. Both Chinese and folk medicine practitioners have used honey and cinnamon in combinations for years to cure, or heal what ails them. Common conditions this organic sweetener and spice provide when used are claimed to remedy and/or cure: Upset Stomach, immune system, colds, cholesterol, bladder infection, indigestion, longevity, gas, toothache, influenza, skin infections, weight loss, cancer, fatigue, bad breath, general infection, etc. Continue reading

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Cholesterol Dietary Guidelines

In order to keep our cholesterol count under control, it is necessary to follow some dietary guidelines for lowering blood cholesterol and to manage weight. This does not mean you have to give up foods you enjoy. Just the opposite, once you become more aware and experience healthy foods, you’ll become just as addictive to the natural and organic flavors as you did with the processed baked good blends and fast foods. Continue reading

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Best Cooking Oils, Smoke Point is Important Why?

There are many cooking oils to choose from when considering oils used to cook meals. Also, when selecting oils it is important to understand how overheating the oil can ruin the health property benefits the body might receive otherwise.

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