- Get Rid Of Your Teflon Cookware
About 70% of the cooking equipment that is sold in the United States itself has teflon layer containing perfluoroctaninc acid (PFOA) and other perfluoroctanic compounds used for packaging food for resistance to oils and stains.
And it is well known that teflon pans, when heated, release toxins in your kitchen. When the pot temperature reaches 360 degrees, at least six poisonous gases are released.
- Drink Pure Water
If you receive municipal water, which is treated with chlorine, toxic byproducts of disinfection occur when those disinfectants react with natural organic matters.
- Choose Organic Foods
Many pesticides and herbicides are potentially carcinogenic, and you are exposed to them when you eat conventional fat foods and animal products. US agency for environmental protection (EPA) considers 60% of herbicides, fungicides 90%, and 30% insecticides are carcinogenic, and most of them harm your nervous system.
- Avoid Canned Foods
Avoiding canned food is perhaps the best way to avoid bisfenol A – a chemical that disturbs endocrine and is associated with cancer, reproductive problems and problems with fetal development, along with other health problems.
- Get Rid Of The Microwave Oven
If you use plastic containers in the microwave, it can speed up the time potentially cancerous ingredients get to your food. Moreover microwaves create new things, which cannot be found in nature, and are called radiolytic compounds.