There is no doubt that our ancestors lived longer and healthier lives than the average person today. In addition to the obvious pollutants present in the environment, there is an even more important factor that is slowly deteriorating our health on a daily basis. The culprit is hiding in our kitchen. Yes, it’s your pot!
Although our eating habits have a direct impact on our health and well-being, for example, eating too much junk food increases cholesterol levels and creates a protein and vitamin deficiency. Even if you regularly eat a healthy diet with just the right balance of essential nutrients, you may not see the desired impact on your health. This is because the way food is cooked largely determines its nutritional value.
If you’re cooking food in conventional cookware, you’re greatly reducing its health value. Metal and chemical toxins from metal and ceramic pots leach into food and contaminate it. The strong heat destroys delicate nutrients like complex carbohydrates, flavonoids, phytonutrients, etc. and its effect is clearly visible when the cooked food tastes bland and loses its natural color.
Water-soluble nutrients cannot be stored in the body, so we need them from food on a daily basis. These are available as steam during cooking that must be released before you can open the lid of the pot due to the extreme pressure of the steam. Like other delicate nutrients, water-soluble nutrients are also lost.
Can you guess what we can do to avoid this? Let ‘me help you:
If only we could switch to the same kitchen utensils our ancestors cooked with, we could greatly improve our health. We must get rid of the conventional and start cooking in pure clay pots and pans. This cookware doesn’t leak and cooks food with far-infrared heat that doesn’t damage food—saving delicate nutrients. In addition, they have excellent steam management: as the lid is cooler than the pot during cooking, all the steam condenses on the inner surface of the lid and falls back onto the food. This saves water-soluble nutrients.
Eating food cooked in pure clay slowly cleanses the toxins already accumulated in the body’s organs and heals your body from common health problems such as diabetes, blood pressure and common diseases.
Being completely biodegradable, pure clay pots and pans are also just as good for the planet. Thousands of people have permanently switched to pure unglazed clay cookware for the sake of their family’s health, when will you join them?