I subscribe to many blogs. It seems that I keep finding more and more than I am truly interested in that offer a great deal of information relating to me and to my readers as well. Some of the blogs I am fortunate enough to get notified via email of new posts and topics. Some I get through RSS feeds and have to remember to check them. Often it will be days and my brain fogged mind will alert me to the fact that I haven’t checked recently.
Andrea Fabry writes a blog at mold recovery. She had posted a video on environmental health awareness. The link to her blog post and the video is: http://moldrecovery.blogspot.com/2013/01/environmental-health-awareness-video.html
Posted in Allergies, Allergies and Sensitivities, Bedding, Chronic Illness and Treatment, Cleaning, Environmental Illness, Food Allergies, Gluten Free, Hair Care, Mold Exposure, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Mycotoxins, Personal Products, Pest Control, Sick Buildings
Tagged acute allergies, andrea fabry, chronic illness, environmental health awareness video, environmental illness, mold exposure, moldrecovery.blogspot.com, multiple chemical sensitivity, toxic free living
There have been many reports on the negative effects of using nonstick pots and pans as well as cooking with aluminum.
I grew up as a child eating everything cooked in aluminum pots and pans or fried in cast iron skillets. Then about the time I got married nonstick cookware was all the rage. I had nonstick everything, never really thinking about what I was ingesting after having my food cooked in these pots and pans or what I was breathing into my lungs as these pots and pans heated up. Going to antique stores and seeing the lovely glass refrigerator dishes made me want them because they were pretty and represented a time we all refer to as the June Cleaver days. Of course, I didn’t buy them. What would I do with them? Afterall, I had my Tupperware and Rubbermaid to store my food in the refrigerator, freezer and cabinets.
Becoming ill with environmental illness suddenly opened my eyes. I have become more aware of the food I eat, the chemicals used in the home and the utensils I use to prepare my meals. I store my food in glass in the refrigerator and have glass jars for items I store in the cabinets. I still long for the beautiful old refrigerator ware shown below. I can’t go into antique stores because of my mold allergies but may check into some reproduction pieces of this beautiful glass ware. The last picture below is what new glass refrigerator dishes look like. I found it on Amazon. While it is not as pretty as the antique ones, I think I may invest in a couple of pieces very soon.
Today I cook my food in stainless steel pans, cast iron skillets and enameled cast iron pans.
I follow a blog from Andrea Fabry about her family and their journey through recovery from their mold exposure. As a fellow mold sufferer, I enjoy the topics that Andrea shares on her blog and learning how her family is progressing through the various illnesses they have suffered as a result of their mold exposure. Last week, Andrea posted on her blog about Safe Cookware. You can see this blog post by visiting her site: http://moldrecovery.blogspot.com/2012/10/safe-cookware.html
So, tell me what is your food cooking in? I would love to hear what others are using and what you think about nonstick pans (even the new ones that say they are safe).
Posted in Allergies, Environmental Illness, Mold Exposure, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Toxic Free Living, Uncategorized
Tagged acute allergies, cast iron skillets, environmental illness, food allergies, glass refrigerator dishes, mold recovery, moldrecovery.blogspot.com, multiple chemical sensitivity, nonstick pans, safe cookware