Toxic Teflon Water

Hi everybody,

Here’s a little info we thought you might want…

TOXIC TEFLON- As many of you know, cookware coated with the non-stick surface teflon has been found to be toxic when heated. This kind of cookware is being banned in other parts of the world. We highly recommend cooking only in stainless steel or cast iron like your grandparents, and also like your grandparents using coconut oil, olive oil, peanut oil or butter to cook with. (These are all healthy oils.) Stay away from cooking with Pam, margarine and vegetable oils, as they literally change forms when heated and become very dangerous and unhealthy.

ITS IN THE WATER- In any event, a company called 3M Corporation has been caught dumping 50,000 pounds of toxic residue from Teflon and ScotchGuard production into the Mississippi River around the Minneapolis and St Paul area. The concentration of these chemicals in this area has been found to be the largest concentration of these chemicals in the world – and this is the drinking water for that area.

FIRED- Dr Oliaei Fardin – a government worker – discovered the problem and turned the plant in. He then started a study to see just how far down the river the problem existed. The good doctor has evidently been forced to resign, and his study was canceled.

The bottom line is that more and more you’re going to have to take the responsibility to protect yourself. Make sure to get a good water filter for your drinking water, or at least drink a good bottled water. We also recommend the use of a shower filter, as these chemicals aren’t good for your skin either. Not to mention the fact that your skin absorbs many of these chemicals as completely as if you had swallowed them. There are several good filters on the market.

Here are a couple of links for a good shower and water filter:
http://www.aquasanausa.com/
http://www.sunwatersystems.com/

Hope this helps,

Dr Matt and Dr Robin
mattandrobin@yahoo.com (email)

Everything we say in these posts are expressly our opinions and only our opinions. We are reporting what we see in our clinic and what we live by. As the FDA is not particularly fond of natural medicine, we must, by law, tell you that neither this nor any of our emails or treatments in the clinic are allowed to be or intended to be medical advice and should not be taken as such. By law, these emails can only be considered informational only, and none of the nutrients or treatments discussed here are considered legally viable options for diagnosing, treating, or curing any disease or disorder.

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