Everyone knows that whenever you’re going to hit that threadmill, pavement or some heavy lifting…
Aluminum is ubiquitous, it’s commonly found in foods, drugs, vaccines, cosmetics, personal health products and other goods such as cans, bottles and foil. We use aluminum foil to store and even cook our food. Aluminum is cheap and useful, so what’s the big deal?
Why is safeordangerous taking on something to handy and shiny? I mean have you ever grilled salmon in aluminum foil? Is that not the best way to cook meat in its own juice? Have you ever stored Indian food leftovers in the fridge and covered them with aluminum foil and next day have the fridge NOT smell like curry biryani?
How can anyone assume there can be any safety concerns regarding the use of this common household item?
What possible dangers can arise from using aluminum foil?