Xtrema Ceramic Cookware – Review

A ran into an old friend about a year ago and she really got me thinking about the quality of my cookware.  Her son had just recovered from a pretty big health scare and they found the cause was aluminum poisoning.  His body was just not able to rid of this toxin.  The more we talked we realized are sons had similar food and vaccine sensitivities. I just could not ignore the information she had shared.  She told me to take a magnet to all my cookware and if it sticks to them then they are probably okay and if they do not stick to them they should be a cause of concern.  Magnets will not stick to aluminum!

 

So after realizing a magnet was not sticking to my most frequently used cookware I started researching this topic.  This is when I found Xtrema Ceramic Cookware.  It is sold at many retailers and I have actually purchased a piece here and there as some bundle them together and you guessed it, the cost is a bundle too!  I just have the large 12″ skillet, a smaller 6.5″ open skillet and then a 1.25 qt sauce pot with cover.  I hope to add more pieces as I can.

Xtrema Ceramic Cookware

This product is so nice!  It is easy to clean and can go on the stove top, oven, broiler and even out on the grill.  There is a 50 year warranty on this product as well.   There are so many great benefits of ceramic cookware.  What I love the most is the feeling of cooking my families food in safe cookware.  I felt I had taken this huge step to buy and research organic and begin this journey, that this was so worth the investment.

 

To learn more about how this cookware is made and the details on why it is so healthy/green, please visit the Xtrema website.

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3 Responses to Xtrema Ceramic Cookware – Review

  1. Shannon says:

    Oh my gosh, April! That it is so scary about your friend’s son. I’m so glad they were able to find the cause of his health issues. Thanks for sharing the information about aluminum in pots and pans. I knew to watch for aluminum in deodorant but I never heard pots and pans (which actually makes more sense than deodorant!). I’m putting “check cookware” on my lengthy to-do list :)

  2. Jen says:

    This makes me smile! So glad you took the time to share N’s story! He is doing great now! I have never see this cookware. I will have to take a look at it! Do you know if it is all ceramic, or just coated? If it is coated what is the material that is coated? We use mostly glass(you know, the old school pyrex visionware that is a beautiful pink or brown…)and a couple titanium/steel/copper pots I have had for a long time. I have since found out that MOST/ALMOST ALL stainless steel pots and pans are made from layers of stainless steel that bound together with Aluminim…so, the magnet will stick, but they may still be a danger.
    Of course in my research I have found out many more dangers of Aluminum, and where it hides in our foods and other products. Also there are VERY SPECIFIC signs of aluminum poisoining in children and can eaisly be mistaken for other disorders that set make themselves apparent in childhood. If anyone is interested I would be happy to share! :-) Thanks again for sharing this info!

    • April says:

      Hi Jen! So glad you like the review and that N is doing so well still. I did add a link to the bottom of the review to the Xtrema Website that goes into detail on how their cookware is made.
      The founder actually used to work for Corning Glass Works, the makers of Pyrex bakeware. You can find all this detail under the About Us tab!
      I remember some of the information you shared, like their being aluminum in baking soda and obviously canned foods. I would love to know what else you know about aluminum and the specific signs in children.
      This happened to N when he was like 4 or 5 right? Not when he was just starting on table food or anything. Almost like it was years of build up in his system?

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