This is why Your At Risk!!

Did you know cooking with an old worn out frying pans exposes you to many dangers and toxins that you might not even know of. Well, this is why your at risk.

Some of these defects you can see and others you can not. Here are 5 signs your frying pan needs to be replaced right now:

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Pan Rusting – This means your nonstick frying pan has lost most of its nonstick coating.

The surface has rust spots where the coating has vanished and is turning colors.

Just let the pan go

Loose or Weak Handle On Cookware– Having a handle that is weak or loose is safety risk to your cooking and body.

When sauteing or frying, the pan can loosen and separate from the handle and cause you serious burns and hazards in your beautiful kitchen.

Doll or Scratched Surface On Cookware – Traditional non-stick surfaces are coated with a synthetic polymer called polytetrafluoroetheylene (“PTFE”) also known as Teflon which is made by the trademark DuPont.Toxic fumes from Teflon are released from this surface and can cause harmful flu-like symptoms that are toxic.

. You do NOT want to deal with flaking nonstick coating in your food or a rusty taste from the metal underneath the nonstick coating it will alter the taste but be completely unsafe most of all.
Non Stick Worn Away On Cookware – This is a common issue among traditional non-stick frying pans that have a worn Teflon coating after a while. Overheating your pan beyond the recommended temperatures causes food to stick because the Teflon melts at high temperatures.
You must be aware that this is a very serious health hazard and as the toxic coating melts it is absorbed in the food invisibly and into your blood stream. 
Surface Peeling On Cookware – “Teflon Flakes” or surface flakes from the traditional non stick surface is often caused by cuts in the pan. Metal utensils, dishwashers, and even bones from food cause the surface to peel. These flakes are not safe to digest.  

    It’s best to just recycle the pan and find yourself a Long Lasting Wood Stone Frying Pan.


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    What is a Wood Stone Frying Pan?

    Stone Frying Pans are a metal frying pan that is coated with a thin layer of oxide and baked in a kiln to produce a coating that is non-stick and adheres to the metal underneath.


    There is quite a bit of art in designing ways to prime metals so that the coating that is applied is durable, safe, and long lasting.

    These different methods are used by different stone frying pan brands.


    Natural Elements Wood Stone Cookware is Rated among the best frying pans on the market today


    and as seen on TV, Stone Frying Pans are right up there with the best cookware in the world

    What's All The Hype?


    Did you know you can use less oil and save money on cooking sprays. No longer will you need to cover with oil before cooking.

      Stone Frying Pans provide PTFE and PFOA free cooking, diswasher safe, non- toxic non-stick induction cookware, high-quality kitchen pans and is the safest cookware around. No more sticky pan. Stone frying pans have the best non-stick coating for easy cooking clean-up.

      Cook Healthier, Safer, & Faster

      As you cook more with your old frying pan the non-stick coating which you thought was indestructible starts to blister and peel away revealing the black pan underneath.

      I know, this sounds so familiar, right? Well, Guess What

      By using Natural Elements Wood Stone Cookware you can experience a total life changing transformation that makes cooking healthy, safe and fun.

      So remember stone frying pans, pots, and skillets are healthy because they are 100% PFOA free and PFTE free.

      Therefore do not contain any harmful chemicals like Teflon Cookware.

      Cooking with Natural Elements Wood Stone Cookware these stone pans is fun because you never have to worry about food sticking.

      The stone coating is made with the latest technology in cookware and built strong to last long.

      So you won’t have to replace these pans for a long long time.


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      • I just bought a 12.5 casserole wood stone natural elements.
        Can this go in the oven with the wood like handles?

        Cindy Wharton
      • I just bought a 12.5 casserole wood stone natural elements.
        Can this go in the oven with the wood like handles?

        Cindy Wharton
      • Can I use my natural elements wood stone pan in the oven?

        Robin K
      • Are they safe for oven use?

        Marsha Case
      • Are the woodstone pots and pans safe for oven use?


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