Non-stick coated cookware
If you need to whip out some miracle recipes in a hot second for your family, you might opt for non-stick coated cookware pans or casserole dishes. However, Adam S. Gropper, MD, explains these non-stick coatings can melt when they are overheated, revealing aluminum that’s super-unhealthy when digested. “Ingested aluminum has been linked to Alzheimer’s disease and several cancers. If you see flaking or gauging in your coated cookware, it’s time to replace,” he advises. Find out more about the health risks of cooking with aluminum foil.