Hidden Dangers Of Toxic Cookware In Your Home... Do you know this???

Updated: Oct 2, 2021

Stainless steel cookware is made from a metal alloy that contains mostly iron and chromium along with a range of percentages of molybdenum, nickel, titanium, copper and vanadium. Most people don't know that even stainless steel allows other metals to leach into the foods. The principal elements in stainless that have negative effects on our health are iron, chromium and nickel. Once I switched to Titanium and Surgical Steel cookware I noticed a huge difference.

Saladmaster is the only cookware I will ever use and I am passionate about helping others transition over to this cookware and happy to help you if you have any questions.

You can go to great lengths to buy organic and cook with the purest ingredients but if you cook your food in toxic cookware and/or use high heat cooking you destroy all the good benefits!!!

What Is Solutions Ti (316L Titanium Surgical Stainless Steel)?

 A message from Saladmaster President Keith Peterson about how Titanium construction keeps Saladmaster at the top of the industry.

 Saladmaster Solutions Ti is another step forward in positioning Saladmaster as the “Integrity” leader in our industry. Saladmaster continues to invest in technology that truly enhances performance, value, and benefits for your family.

 The 436 stainless steel exterior provides the ultimate for induction and all other heat producing technologies.

 The multi-layered Thermal Core center of heat conducting aluminum provides the maximum heating transfer possible to ensure the highest standard for even heating performance up the sides and across the bottom is met.

 The most important layer on Saladmaster is the layer that touches your food. Saladmaster uses 316Ti technology that combines 316 Stainless Steel with Titanium. We are the only cooking system to use 316Ti steel made from steel mills in the US and Switzerland.

 The 316Ti Titanium Stainless Steel interior and cooking methods used in Saladmaster helps to protect the natural texture, flavor, color and taste of foods when cooked. This advancement provides you with the peace of mind that when preparing meals for your family, and while using a cooking system that is designed with interior steel that is least reactive with salts, alkalis, and acids in foods, that you and your family are enjoying the natural goodness and taste of the foods being prepared. 

Both 316 stainless steel and titanium are used in the food processing and storage equipment industry and in the medical industry for surgical instruments and replacement implants.


Most people are aware of air pollution, water pollution and the dangers of household chemicals.  Studies are now showing that certain cookware can also be polluting our bodies.  Below are just some examples of how “traditional” cookware can be hazardous to you and you and your family’s health. 


There are many grades of stainless steel. Regular stainless steel cookware is made from different alloys including scrap metal.  “Most stainless steel sold in stores is of such a nature to allow chrome and nickel to bleed into the foods as the salts and acids of the food react with the pot.”  Dr. Shelton  For cleanliness and safety reasons, your food should be cooked on only high grade surgical stainless steel


Chromium (Cr) is an essential base ingredient in forming corrosion resistance. A chromium content of 17-20% is ideal. Higher chromium content can adversely affect mechanical properties required for food service cooking operations.

Nickel (Ni) increases the yield strength, toughness, and resistance to acids and corrosion (rust).

Molybdenum (Mo) is especially effective in increasing resistance to the initiation of pitting and crevice corrosion. In combination with chromium (Cr) it is very effective in stabilizing the steel against chlorides. Stress corrosion occurs if the carbon migrates to the grain boundary and is attacked by chlorides.

Carbon (C) is detrimental if it is present in a higher concentration and migrates to the grain boundaries. Stress corrosion primarily occurs at the grain boundaries and is accelerated by the presence of chlorides.


Can scratch, chip and flake.  “Exposure to Teflon resins at temperatures above 393ºF may produce a condition termed polymer fume fever characterized by flu-like symptoms such as chills, fever, body aches, nausea and occasional vomiting.”  Federal Aviation Agency Occupational Health & Safety Bulletin.   A chemical, PFOA, used to make non-stick coated pans has deemed by the EPA as a human carcinogen.



“All Vegetables cooked in Aluminum produce hydroxide poison which neutralizes digestive juices, producing stomach and gastrointestinal trouble, such as stomach ulcers and colitis.”  Dr. A. McGuigan’s Report on Findings for the Federal Trade Comm. In Docet Case No. 540 Washington, D.C.

The sale of aluminum cookware is prohibited in Germany, France, Belgium, Gr. Britain Switzerland, Hungary and Brazil.


Poor heat distribution. Foods stick and burn. Contains Lead & Cadmium.  “Lead can cause reproductive harm and neurological harm.”  Prop. 65   If gas & paint is unleaded, shouldn’t our cookware also be free of lead?

The fact is that all metals are toxic and our bodies require special transport and handling mechanisms to keep them from harming us. This applies just as much to essential minerals, like iron, zinc and chromium, as it does to non-essential metals and metalloids, like cadmium and arsenical compounds.

Heavy Metals and Cancer

Metals can directly and indirectly damage DNA and that means an increased risk of cancer, this is known as genotoxicity. There are also possibly nongenotoxic pathways, due to irritation or immuno-toxicity. Sure enough, a number of metals are known to be carcinogenic.


Airborne industrial contaminants, batteries, candy, ceramics, cigarette smoke, colas, congenital intoxication, copper refineries, copper alloys, dental alloys, drinking water, electroplating, fertilizers, food from contaminated soil, fungicides, incineration of tires / rubber / plastic, instant coffee, iron roofs, kidney, liver, marijuana, processed meat, evaporated milk, motor oil, oysters, paint, pesticides, galvanized pipes, processed foods, refined grains / flours cereals, rubber, rubber carpet backing, seafood’s (cod, haddock, oyster, tuna), sewage, silver polish, smelters, soft water, solders (including in food cans), tobacco, vending machine soft drinks, tools, vapor lamps, water (city, softened, well), welding metal.

Effects: Alcoholism, alopecia, anemia, arthritis (osteo and rheumatoid), bone disease, bone pain in middle of bones, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cavities, cerebral hemorrhage, cirrhosis, diabetes, digestive disturbances, emphysema, enlarged heart, flu-like symptoms, growth impairment, headaches, high cholesterol, hyperkinetic behavior, hypertension, hypoglycemia, impotence, inflammation, infertility, kidney disease, learning disorders, liver damage, lung disease, migraines, nerve cell damage, osteoporosis, prostate dysfunction, reproductive disorders, schizophrenia, stroke.


Alum, aluminum foil, animal feed, antacids, aspirin, auto exhaust, baking powder, beer, bleached flour, cans, ceramics, cheese, cigarette filters, color additives, construction materials, cookware, cosmetics, dental amalgams, deodorants, drinking water, drying agents, dust, insulated wiring, medicinal compounds, milk products, nasal spray, pesticides, pollution, salt, tap water, tobacco smoke, toothpaste, treated water, vanilla powder.

Effects: ALS, Alzheimer's, anemia, appetite loss, behavioral problems, cavities, colds, colitis, confusion, constipation, dementia, dry mouth, dry skin, energy loss, excessive perspiration, flatulence, headaches, heartburn, hyperactivity, inhibition of enzyme systems, kidney dysfunction, lowered immune function, learning disabilities, leg twitching, liver dysfunction, memory loss, neuromuscular disorders, numbness, osteoporosis, paralysis, Parkinson's disease, peptic ulcer, psychosis, reduced intestinal activity, senility, skin problems, spleen pain, stomach pain, weak and aching muscles.


Would you like to have a private virtual dinner show where you can see a full demonstration and have a live assessment on the pots and pans you currently are using? If yes please contact me at purehealthyway@gmail.com to set up a virtual time.


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