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Good-For-You Cookware

These products don’t just cook your food; they give it an extra boost.Concern about the fumes from overheated Teflon pans had some home chefs tossing their skillets. Looking for cookware you can use with confidence? Here are three options that aren’t just safe—they go beyond the call in being healthy for you and the planet.Cast IronOften passed down through generations, cast iron is durable and when seasoned properly can be virtually nonstick. It holds heat exceptionally well, can be used both on the stovetop and in the oven, and, according to Clean Food author Terry Walters, “allows you to caramelize and sear to perfection.” The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide and the leading cause of anemia in the United States. Cooking in a cast-iron skillet or pot can add iron to food in a way that makes it easy for your body to absorb. Cast iron also is relatively inexpensive when compared with other high-quality cookware. Unglazed surfaces offer the biggest health benefits.Find it: Lodge has been making cast-iron pots …

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Kalia Kelmenson

Kalia Kelmenson is the editorial director at Spirituality & Health. She founded Maui Mind and Body to support women’s health, and is the creator of Mind Body Booty Camp. Kalia loves to explore the fascinating intersection of fitness and mind-body health, and to share inspiration for your movement practice from the research emerging from this intriguing field.


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