If your cookware is constructed of a lesser grade material than surgical stainless steel, there's an excellent chance that tiny, minuscule particles of the material that your cookware is constructed of could be breaking and peeling off right into the food that you're serving to your family.
Using Surgical Stainless Steel Cookware
By using surgical stainless steel cookware you wouldn't have to ever worry about what is going into the bodies of your family, and possibly harming their health.
Cooking with waterless cookware is done under pressure with economical low heat. Just as the insulation in your house does its job, this cookware saves a lot of money over the years on utility bills. The built-in steam control valve whistles like a tea kettle to let you know when to turn the heat down from medium to low or simmer.
There is Only a 2% Average Mineral Loss with the Steam Control Method
58% Mineral Retention when boiling in water. You lose 42% of the minerals.
98% Mineral Retention with the Steam Control method. You lose ONLY 2% of the minerals.
Research on the Aging
Research on the aging process, like that coming out the US Department of Agriculture Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts
University, suggests that maximizing the nutritional quality of your diet may slow down or prevent age-related problems that many people think of as inevitable. The studies recommend cooking foods for a short time and in as little water as possible. Cooking waterless in our 5-ply cookware retains 98% of the minerals. Boiling food the old fashioned way destroys an average of 42% of the minerals.
304 Surgical Stainless Steel
The 304 Surgical Stainless Steel contains about 18% chromium and 8% nickel in addition to the iron. The popularity of 304 surgical stainless steel is due to its gleaming appearance which lasts for the life of a product with just an occasional cleaning.
Its excellent corrosion resistance is due to an invisible, passive oxide film that forms on the metal's surface in air.
Hospitals use surgical stainless steel because it can be kept clean and sterile.
Advantages of 304 Surgical Stainless Steel
Layering The layers allow even heat flow, and durability. The aluminum conducts heat well in the inner layers, but is not desirable on the outside because it corrodes and comes off in the food. Stainless steel protects the food and the cookware itself. Stainless steel also contains iron which makes it good for magnetic induction stoves.
Warp-Resistant Bottoms The special design of the bottom of each our pots provides extra strength and rigidity that will always prevent warping. The pans stay flat and hug the burner for maximum heating efficiency during the entire cooking process. All pans (not lids) are oven safe up to 350°. There is no need to ever use under the broiler.