Indeed, over time, aluminum can accumulate in the kidneys and GI tract, where it destroys digestive enzymes and interferes with nutrient absorption, leading to chronic symptoms like diarrhea and abdominal pain. An easy fix: Replace aluminum foil with parchment paper. And next time you buy new pots and pans, look for stanless steel or enamel-coated cast iron. For bakeware, select glass or stainless steel.
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Hadn’t thought about using parchment paper. I do have stainless steel pots and pans though.
One trick I learned to protect my food from aluminum foil is to wrap it in parchment paper first and then use the foil. I’ve even reheated food in the over this way.