7 Dangerously Toxic Kitchen Items to Throw Out For Good


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The kitchen is the heart of any healthy home. We nourish our bodies and spirits with healthy, delicious homemade meals. Even something as simple as a bowl of oatmeal or a salad can be grounding, setting the tone for healthy eating habits throughout the day and beyond. But unhealthy foods aren’t the only dangers in the kitchen. Are you still using some of these toxic kitchen items to prepare and serve your food?

Here’s why to let them go, for good. NEXT >>

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By Jill Ettinger| April 02, 2015
Categories:  Eat

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Jill Ettinger

Jill Ettinger

Jill Ettinger is a freelance journalist and marketing specialist primarily focused on the organic and natural industries, she bridges her love for changing the food system with her lifelong passion for writing and connecting people in their shared values. You can connect with Jill on Twitter and Instagram.

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