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Could Waterless Cookware Reduce The Risk Of Alzheimer’s?


Boston, MA, November 1, 2010 - In a world where chronic disease is becoming more the norm for most middle aged and elderly people, there is one question that needs to be asked. Why?

In the recent years there has been some thought that metal toxicity in the human body may be a contributing factor to Alzheimer’s. One such metal that is hazardous to human health is aluminum.

A potential danger for people is the cookware that they use every single day, which more often than not is made of aluminum. Any metal that contacts food when heated has the possibility of transferring into the food.

Metals allowed to penetrate the human body over a number of years have been shown to be linked to numerous chronic illnesses from cancer to Alzheimer’s.

A solution for avoiding cookwares that are made of aluminum are to use pots and pans that are made of the least reactive material possible, without compromising on cooking function. One such cookware is waterless cookware which is made from surgical stainless steel. The same type of metal used by surgeons.

Waterless cookware may not be a direct solution to beating the dreadful disease of Alzheimers, but it may have a positive cumulative effect in ones health over a long period of time.

A company known for distributing waterless cookware is

To learn more about waterless cooking and how it can aid in the health and well being go to


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