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Re: Two questions: (1)concerning aluminum in cooking. (2) what is "iron algae"?
Posted By: Holly
In Response To: Two questions: (1)concerning aluminum in cooking. (2) what is "iron algae"? (Portia)
My mother had Alzheimer's, and died of kidney failure in 1979. She was 76, and began exhibiting paranoia in her late 50s. She regressed over the years, becoming like a small child. After WWII, Mom got a set of the new Club Aluminum Cookware and used it for most of her cooking. She baked a lot, and used Calumet baking powder that contains aluminum. She also began using anti-perspirant deodorants in those years. This also contains aluminum. In the early 80s, it was reported that aluminum was found in the brain cells of deceased Alzheimer's patients. I then sstopped using any aluminum to cook with and instead use iron, stainless steel, or glass (Corning,etc.) I use a Black & Decker steamer for veggies and rice. It works great! No aluminum. I'm almost 73 and doing great, too!
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Portia -- Tuesday, 13 January 1998, at 3:06 p.m.
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