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Does anyone know whther neoflam non-stick cookware really non-toxic or what the ceramic coating contains?

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    1. re: Antilope

      Thanks Antilope. I looked at the links you posted and saw on this page, http://www.highel.com/EcolonCoating.html , that an anion is released during cooking but it doesn't say what anion so I'm wondering why.

      1. re: ockitchen

        My guess: if they told you how it worked, you'd realize they're blowing smoke.

        1. re: dscheidt

          Ecolon's Anion (Negative Ion) additive allows the coating to emit more than 20 times the Anion than typical cookware. Anion has long been associated with improvements in mood and physical health. Research conducted in the last decade has begun to support the view that negative ions have a net positive effect on health such as stimulation in blood circulation and act as an antimicrobial agent http://neoflam.com.au/advantages-of-n...

        2. re: ockitchen

          Ecolon's Anion (Negative Ion) additive allows the coating to emit more than 20 times the Anion than typical cookware. Anion has long been associated with improvements in mood and physical health. Research conducted in the last decade has begun to support the view that negative ions have a net positive effect on health such as stimulation in blood circulation and act as an antimicrobial agent http://neoflam.com.au/advantages-of-n... Oren Hamama Neoflam