4 Types of Toxic Cookware to Avoid and 4 Safe Alternatives



    BRIGHT SIDETahun Yang lalu

    TIMESTAMPS Teflon cookware 0:38 Aluminum cookware and aluminum foil 3:31 Copper cookware 5:12 Ceramic-coated cookware 6:54

  2. Sandra Dougherty

    Sandra DoughertyHari Yang lalu

    Chester Copperpot

  3. Jeff Stone

    Jeff Stone3 hari yang lalu

    BRIGHT SIDE What about “ hard anodized aluminum”?

  4. Brew Man

    Brew Man4 hari yang lalu

    Aluminum foil is made from aluminum. It would stick to a magnet if it was stainless steel, but it doesn't, so it's aluminum which is not magnetic.

  5. Paul Nicholson

    Paul Nicholson14 hari yang lalu

    Please explain where your information on aluminum foil came from? Are you aware that aluminum foil is not made from aluminum, it is made from stainless steel !

  6. Sambhav Jain

    Sambhav Jain14 hari yang lalu

    Copper utensils are used with a ciating called kalli, apart from those shown earthen pots are also a good alternative to the steel bcz the formal are really cheap than good quality steel

  7. Charanjeet Singh

    Charanjeet SinghHari Yang lalu

    I have tefla delicious non stick tawa, whether it's safe

  8. mr flash

    mr flashHari Yang lalu

    You will die in an accident instead.😢

  9. lisa40SW

    lisa40SWHari Yang lalu

    Does anyone know if Calphalon pots are in the safe category?? I just bought a set in Costco, but I'm not sure what the interior surface is made of. I was trying to avoid Teflon and get something non stick. Thanks for any info.

  10. Desiree De Jean

    Desiree De Jean2 hari yang lalu

    My favorites are: Cast iron, glass & stainless steel. I will look into the 100% Ceramic. Thank for this video.

  11. Fares Alfy

    Fares Alfy2 hari yang lalu

    What about granite pots

  12. Brian Plow

    Brian Plow2 hari yang lalu

    Good to know


    SAMPSON LEEVON2 hari yang lalu

    Jeez, that's why I got sick omg

  14. hafee naz

    hafee naz2 hari yang lalu

    thank you

  15. ItWasn't Me

    ItWasn't Me3 hari yang lalu

    Thanks for the information. I appreciate it.

  16. Joseph Merigan

    Joseph Merigan3 hari yang lalu

    Your hairy little man is the reason why I disagree with this video

  17. Subrina Mustafa

    Subrina MustafaHari Yang lalu


  18. Free ToVoice

    Free ToVoice3 hari yang lalu

    It would be nice if you could give us a link to buy those safe cookware.

  19. ProEquus11

    ProEquus11Hari Yang lalu

    What, seriously? You have youtube but not Google, or shops? 🤣

  20. Luffaman

    Luffaman4 hari yang lalu

    talking about teflon, and showing cast iron??

  21. Pavel Sedach

    Pavel Sedach4 hari yang lalu

    And the link between Aluminum and Alzheimers has been proven to be poorly correlated.... Disappointingly misinformative.

  22. Pavel Sedach

    Pavel Sedach4 hari yang lalu

    Oh wow so all you have to do to make Teflon dangerous is heat it over 300 Celsius. Yeah your food is gonna be a charred black member by then.

  23. Danny Ruel

    Danny Ruel4 hari yang lalu

    Teflon is dangerous at 572 degrees? Who cooks at 572? Food basically burns on a stovetop after 375. Please explain

  24. Lisa Wong-esposito

    Lisa Wong-esposito4 hari yang lalu

    I’m surprised the FDA didn’t tell us about this !

  25. kutis bayag

    kutis bayag4 hari yang lalu

    Its not safe to live in earth anymore. Off to Mars...bye 🖐

  26. Kim T

    Kim T5 hari yang lalu

    I totally believe this; I tried to do a hobo burger in aluminum foil. When it was done, you could taste the metallic taste in the burger. I also believe that ceramic cooking is bad. I bought ceramic cookware once, it started cracking and there is this dark black stuff underneath. Threw it out. I"m not against non-stick. I just think that after so many years, it needs to go. I actually do a lot of glass dish and stainless steel cooking, who knew I knew what I was doing. I kind of like though the new cooked copper chef stuff. Hope that's okay to use.

  27. viveek

    viveek5 hari yang lalu

    clay cookware is a best option and environment friendly too.

  28. Jhajj

    Jhajj5 hari yang lalu

    Then why all these none-sticks are allowed to be sold??

  29. Ami Riegel

    Ami Riegel6 hari yang lalu

    Who cooks at that high temp

  30. Yabba Dabba

    Yabba Dabba6 hari yang lalu

    Heated above 572*F?? Man - if you're cooking at or above those Temps you may as well throw your charcoal food into the trash. Of all the cookware I suggest avoid Ali at all costs. Simmer temps with everything else is fine. Always slow cook - crock pots are brilliant.

  31. Ann Brown

    Ann Brown6 hari yang lalu

    HELP! We are doomed! Stop eating NOW!

  32. Harin Sukumar

    Harin Sukumar7 hari yang lalu

    Clay/mud vessels are also safe alternative

  33. William Arrington

    William Arrington8 hari yang lalu

    If you heat teflon to the point that your starting a grease fire ruining your pan it can be release a deadly gas........ Who is hitting 572 degrees on a stove top?

  34. quatroflit

    quatroflit8 hari yang lalu

    Very good video!👍

  35. tn tolla

    tn tolla8 hari yang lalu

    572°F Really... Is it that hard to post it in °C also...

  36. Trevor C

    Trevor C8 hari yang lalu

    Who is cooking nonstick cookware to 572 degrees?????

  37. Sumyee Thapa

    Sumyee Thapa8 hari yang lalu

    2:34 it’s in Nepal 🇳🇵 that newari culture dressed woman😱😮

  38. SANATANI_By_Heart

    SANATANI_By_Heart8 hari yang lalu

    Try clay pots & earthen pots which are best cookwares which you haven't mentioned. They are inexpensive & do not pollute the food cooked in them and food cooked is very very tasty and extremely hygienic and safe. West has now started understanding the science behind the ancient Indian practices which they once categorized as "superstitious"

  39. Boban Tom

    Boban Tom8 hari yang lalu

    Why dont u mentioned about clay cookware which is safe and healthy...

  40. Arun Kumar

    Arun Kumar8 hari yang lalu

    Have you considered earthen cookware?

  41. Kanugula Bhavani

    Kanugula Bhavani8 hari yang lalu

    Is granite cookware is ok

  42. Thelostprojects

    Thelostprojects8 hari yang lalu

    I cook my food using a high wattage wood ion hybrid plate thingy from pyramid Works beautifully and has a 100% non toxic life warrante

  43. Paula Mahaffey

    Paula Mahaffey9 hari yang lalu

    Love the Iron and glass & ceramics ! Wonder if the older pots are the cause of my health issues today ? That's what my Mom used during my childhood and teenage years . Maybe this is the reason why many seniors end up with dementia ???

  44. Dexter Morgan

    Dexter Morgan9 hari yang lalu

    This channel makes good entertaining videos in my opinion but I wouldn’t take anything they say as fact.

  45. Balkaran Mahabir

    Balkaran Mahabir9 hari yang lalu

    I use aluminium pots but afta cooking i remove d food immediately n place it in glass as u rightly said .

  46. pranesh savaikar

    pranesh savaikar9 hari yang lalu

    Wt about soil cook wears ?

  47. koushik saha

    koushik saha9 hari yang lalu

    My most favourite cookware is Burn soil cookware .

  48. laoamao

    laoamao9 hari yang lalu

    Even surgical grade stainless steel still contains nickel and chromium. The information in the video is not accurate.

  49. Mihaela Fratila

    Mihaela Fratila9 hari yang lalu

    I have a havy iron cookware very good for cooking and for protecting myself.

  50. Michael Corbett

    Michael Corbett9 hari yang lalu

    The evidence has been fairly conclusive for some time that aluminium in the form of a solid (Pans) is not dangerous. This commentary is misleading.

  51. Sam Sadowitz

    Sam Sadowitz8 hari yang lalu

    But it is also common knowledge that aluminum is highly corrosive. So while it might be fine to cook most things using aluminum, anything with a high acidity, or high salt content, should be avoided for those pans.

  52. Shawn Singletary

    Shawn Singletary10 hari yang lalu

    Cast irons are the way to go.

  53. Darren Laval

    Darren Laval10 hari yang lalu

    stop your nonsense

  54. Victor Fox

    Victor Fox10 hari yang lalu

    Cast-iron pan has to be seasoned with natural oil, heated to levels that make oil breakdown into unhealthy components. Cast-iron is good, but not exactly ideal.

  55. Spike Volcanohead

    Spike Volcanohead9 hari yang lalu

    Yes..and most people have no clue how to season their cast iron nor how to clean it after use, thus they end up with rancid sticky oil all over their skillets.

  56. S W

    S W11 hari yang lalu

    What about airfryer? It looks like teflon material. I just spend around a lot of money for it.

  57. lexzbuddy

    lexzbuddy11 hari yang lalu

    le creuset cookware, cast iron pans and such are the way to go. Not cheap but they last a lifetime. It's like most things in life, you get what you pay for.

  58. BOB A

    BOB A11 hari yang lalu

    Bright Side needs to stop promoting their hypotheses as fact. Just another misrepresentation video from this source. They don't provide source material because they can't.

  59. Rob

    Rob11 hari yang lalu

    If you think cooking with aluminum foil is going to add more than a gram of the metal to your food , don't worry it can't possibly damage your brain any more than it already is.

  60. maxcool dude

    maxcool dude11 hari yang lalu

    I use granite cookware

  61. Dilkusha Thanzeel

    Dilkusha Thanzeel11 hari yang lalu


  62. bunstuffer1

    bunstuffer112 hari yang lalu

    I think if your going to promote Ceramics you should point out that food items should not contain red, orange or yellow glazes where the food will contact as these colors have higher levels of lead unless specified on the product. All glazes on ceramic/clay based food items have to be fired to the proper temp otherwise they are toxic which was found to be a problem with food items made in China. Stoneware requires a higher firing temp and is some of the best bakeware, serving pieces for food. Porcelain also fits into the ceramic, stoneware, pottery category but the high cost is best left to serving dishes for special occasions. The problem with these clay based items is they are great for baking or eating from but are not stove top friendly and can become very hot in a microwave. Cast iron or a enameled cast iron is my favorite especially since I have been able to find an enameled one that will work with all stove types including induction. (check to ensure it is not chipped). If you find cast iron to heavy go with stainless but at least have one cast iron even if it is the smallest frying pan.

  63. jose guillen

    jose guillen12 hari yang lalu

    get some facts straight

  64. Scott Johnson

    Scott Johnson12 hari yang lalu

    Aluminum and Alzheimer's is a myth that was debunked years ago. This isn't the first bit of bs I've seen in your videos but it is the last.

  65. johnny rocket

    johnny rocket12 hari yang lalu

    To be safe I’ll just microwave everything in plastic Tupperware

  66. Andrew Shaw

    Andrew Shaw12 hari yang lalu

    Cast iron that has been seasoned will not add amy iron to your diet.

  67. Andrew Shaw

    Andrew Shaw12 hari yang lalu

    So there is stainless steel cookware that is not food grade? Why?

  68. Jessica Potts

    Jessica Potts12 hari yang lalu

    You said ceramic coated cast iron was safe, but then a few min later say ceramic coated pans were not safe...... make up your mind.

  69. Time Bandit

    Time Bandit13 hari yang lalu

    I use food grade town craft chefs ware. 100% For casseroles and lasagna, I use corning ware. Can't go wrong with those two. And occasionally I use pure ceramic. I knew about the dangers of the other materials years ago.