In August of 2018 I tested yet another Ceramcor Xtrema “Lead-Free” pan that ended up being positive for lead. This pan was purchased direct from the company, c. November of 2016. These pans are advertised and promoted as being metals-free, and specifically as being lead-free — yet when they are tested with an XRF instrument the coatings […]
Below is the response that Dr. Mercola has been sending to my followers who email him through his website, asking about the concern for lead in his “lead free” pans (starting with a bit of an introduction/ explanation / recap of the situation by me.) By Tamara Rubin (& Len Rubin) Last June (2017) I […]
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In response to an inquiry concerning the potential impact of high-temperatures (e.g. those that might be encountered over the lifetime of a typical frying pan) on leaded decorative coatings, brand markings, etc. found on the outside (or bottom) of some cookware, I asked the Internet two questions, the answers to which I found interesting when […]
White label on the bottom of Dr. Mercola brand coated (ceramic [cast iron look]) pan: 14.900 ppm lead. Interior of pan (probably from coating): 83 +/- 18 ppm lead. As with all my posts the above results are from XRF testing. Please click here and here to learn more about XRF instruments and testing. Please click […]
Click the image below to read Dr. Joseph Mercola’s coverage of the Green Sprouts sippy cup situation. Dr. Mercola has made a few errors in his post and we let him know about this, hopefully he will update it soon! This story is from his website on Feb 27, 2017 Click here to support my […]