Are You Sure You’re Cooking Safe and Healthy?


Is your cookware safe?

Everyone knows it’s important to cook and eat healthy. But did you know you that if you’re not cooking healthy and safe, you could actually get sick? Xtrema cookware and Ovenex bakeware is the safe way to make healthy, delicious meals.

Environmentally Friendly and Safe

Handcrafted ceramic Xtrema cookware and Ovenex bakeware is eco-friendly and safe. Unlike Teflon and ceramic coated nonstick coatings that requires a toxic chemical known as PFOA or C8 to be manufactured, Xtrema and Ovenex are 100% free of chemical and toxins so Xtrema is manufactured “green”.

In fact, PFOA, or perfluorooctanoic acid, was linked to six diseases when a plant in Parkersburg, West Virginia contaminated local water supplies with a chemical leak. In 2001, residents filed 3,550 personal claims. Kidney and testicular cancer, ulcerative colitis, thyroid disease, pregnancy-induced hypertension and high cholesterol were all scientifically linked to exposure to PFOA in the water. Why risk the environment and your health when there is clearly a better option?

Healthy Cooking for Healthy Food

You choose the freshest veggies, the leanest meat, organic eggs and the most flavorful spices to create a healthy, delicious meal for your family. All these great choices can be wasted by one wrong choice in your cookware.

Healthy choices

Metal and non-stick Teflon and Ceramic non-stick coatings can be downright dangerous, regardless of the quality of ingredients you put in them. When you cook with Xtrema or bake with Ovenex, there are none of the worries that come with metal cookware. Lead, cadmium, aluminum, copper, nickel, chromium, iron and other trace metals can leach into your food during cooking and make you very sick.

Additionally, the toxic gases released when non-stick Teflon cookware is heated are hazardous to you, your family and your pets. In only two to five minutes at 464 degrees Fahrenheit, the non-stick Teflon begins to release toxins into the air.

Because Xtrema and Ovenex cookware are 100% ceramic and contain no metals, none of the chemicals found in Teflon, and chemical laden ceramic non-stick coatings, it is by far the best choice for healthy cooking.

Versatile and Practical

Versatile and practical cookware

The versatility of Xtrema is unmatched by any other metal or glass cookware, too. Not only are the handcrafted pieces beautiful on the dining room table, but they are 100% versatile as listed below:

  • In the oven
  • On the stovetop
  • Under the broiler
  • In the fridge and freezer
  • On the barbeque
  • Steamer oven
  • Convection oven
  • Toaster oven
  • Microwave oven

The smaller items can also washed in the dishwasher. The high temperature ceramic also uses less energy and keeps your food hotter longer, and the durable, non-scratch surface performs well with nylon, silicone or wooden kitchen tools.

Ovenex ceramic bakeware, including mugs, soup bowls, mixing bowls and rectangular bakeware, is the first of its kind. Ovenex combines an innovative ceramic material a superior ceramic non-scratch cooking surface. Ovenex can be used in the oven, toaster oven and microwave oven and convection oven. Ovenex cannot be used on top of the stove.

An added bonus from the versatility of our eco-green manufactured cookware. Fewer pans to use and clean!

Visit us online and see for yourself how Xtrema and Ovenex can make eating healthy even safer and ECO friendly with the most versatile, practical cookware available.

about the author

Holly Bergstrom

Holly Bergstrom

Holly Bergstrom is the Brand Engagement Manager at Xtrema Cookware, and she oversees the creative direction of the company! Holly is passionate about minimizing toxic exposure and living a healthy and vibrant life form the inside out. Holly enjoys cooking, educating, and creating healthy meals for her friends and family. She desires to help every home and kitchen relearn how to slow down, be present, and cook with intention and simplicity. You can follow Holly on @livefreeandveg.

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