Aluminum Cookware Hazards??
agnew at gems.vcu.edu
Tue Nov 21 07:37:48 EST 1995
In article <nancyw.204.01096338 at sam.neosoft.com>, nancyw at sam.neosoft.com (nancy ) writes:
> Hi all.
> We are looking for any info available on the possible link between too much
> aluminum in the human system and the occurance of Alzheimer's disease.
> ***Little girls in purple wheelchairs RULE*** (new chair)
Can't help you there, little wheelchair ruler, but my brother used to be
a professional chef before his stroke, and he never cooked in aluminum for
high quality, it does turn the food's taste, he said. i never could tell
the diff, but he could. I used to use a aluminum pot, but cooked holes in
it, so the aluminum does go *somewhere*. Whether it does stay in the
body versus "passin' thru" I'd very much like to know too.
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