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Healthy diet, starting with the choice of tableware

by:Two Eight     1970-01-01

 Tableware is accompanied by our daily life like a diet. Diet has a very important influence on the health of the human body. This is what we all know, but the relationship between tableware and our health is little known. Different cutlery and kitchenware will release different elements during cooking, which will have different effects on the body. Any excess of any of these elements can cause damage to the human body. Therefore, all kinds of tableware and kitchen utensils should be used interchangeably to complement each other, which is good for your health.


Aluminum tableware: non-toxic, light and durable, cheap and good, but aluminum accumulates too much in the human body, has the effect of accelerating aging, and has a certain adverse effect on people's memory.


Iron tableware: It is not very toxic, but it is forbidden to use rusted iron tableware because it can cause gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea and loss of appetite.

 Lv iron mix and match is more harmful

 When cooking with a wok, use a shovel and an iron spoon; use an aluminum pan with an aluminum shovel or an aluminum spoon to cause harm to the human body. This is because the two are prone to friction, and because aluminum and iron are two metals with different chemical activities, aluminum and iron can form a chemical battery when they use food as an electrolyte. Under the action of the battery, the aluminum ions enter the food and enter the human body with the food, so that the aluminum content of the human body increases.


Ceramic tableware: Although the toxicity is the smallest in tableware, many ceramic glazes contain lead and lead is toxic.


Enamel tableware: non-toxic, but may be contaminated if the processing is not fine. You should buy a good quality product.


Copper tableware: The toxicity is not big. Normal people should supplement 5 mg of copper every day to meet the needs of the human body. If the copper content is high, it may cause hypotension, vomiting blood, jaundice, mental disorders and even partial necrosis of the liver.


Chrome-plated tableware: slightly toxic. Appropriate amount of chromium regulates the metabolism of sugar and cholesterol in the human body. When the chromium content is too small, it will cause the deposition of fat on the inner wall of the blood vessel, and gradually harden the normal blood vessels that are originally elastic, which is a factor that causes arteriosclerosis. When the chromium content is too much, it will damage the lungs and other organs of the human body and cause lesions. It is recognized as one of the carcinogenic factors.


Stainless steel tableware: slightly toxic. Nickel, titanium, etc. in stainless steel are harmful to the human body.


Paint chopsticks are traditional utensils in our country. They are distinguished and elegant, and are very decorative. However, from a health point of view, it is not good for health. This is because paints are high molecular organic compounds, most of which contain toxic chemical components. For example, the yellow paint has a lead content of 64% of the total pigment and the chromium content is also 16.1%. When using paint chopsticks for a long time, especially when the paint falls off and enters the stomach with food, toxic substances such as lead and chromium enter the human body and accumulate, and there is a danger of chronic poisoning.

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