Silicone Food Storage

Silicone Food Storage

I am an Clinical Metal and Environmental Toxicologist. One of my patients suffered from acute Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She is a high functioning lawyer and head of legal teams for two sub-continents in the oil and gas industry. When we looked at Lymphocyte Sensitivity tests and DNA Adducts testing we found that SILICONE and several forms of so-called “inert” silicone had made their way into her cells at devastatingly high levels. What were the sources of her silicone poisoning? 1. She is a diver who hold a prestigious world record and she has the silicone mouth piece from her regulator in her mouth on every dive. Her dive mask is manufactured from so-called inert silicone. She applies body and beauty care products to her skin which contain dimethicone (minuscule amounts of this compound can cause cancer and cause epigenetic changes to DNA). She used an underarm anti-perspirant which contained a silicone compound known as cyclopentasiloxane and finally she is an avid underwater photographer who applies silicone from a tube to the O-rings of her dive camera housing and dive equipment. Go figure whether silicone is as benign and as “safe” (GRAS) as claimed by the food industry. The BAD thing about silicone? It lipid binds, it sets itself up in one’s cells at receptors which are designed for other elements and by displacing these, wreak havoc in our cells. Silicone is NOT benign, is NOT safe and I could submit several lab reports of patients who are ill or have already passed away with cancer, where silicone was the main player in the genesis of their disease. Please revise your facts – this is not a safe product to use around babies or food which is consumed by humans.
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Silicone Food Storage

Dr. Carin S. Smit February 28, 2015 at 6:42 am # I am an Clinical Metal and Environmental Toxicologist. One of my patients suffered from acute Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She is a high functioning lawyer and head of legal teams for two sub-continents in the oil and gas industry. When we looked at Lymphocyte Sensitivity tests and DNA Adducts testing we found that SILICONE and several forms of so-called “inert” silicone had made their way into her cells at devastatingly high levels. What were the sources of her silicone poisoning? 1. She is a diver who hold a prestigious world record and she has the silicone mouth piece from her regulator in her mouth on every dive. Her dive mask is manufactured from so-called inert silicone. She applies body and beauty care products to her skin which contain dimethicone (minuscule amounts of this compound can cause cancer and cause epigenetic changes to DNA). She used an underarm anti-perspirant which contained a silicone compound known as cyclopentasiloxane and finally she is an avid underwater photographer who applies silicone from a tube to the O-rings of her dive camera housing and dive equipment. Go figure whether silicone is as benign and as “safe” (GRAS) as claimed by the food industry. The BAD thing about silicone? It lipid binds, it sets itself up in one’s cells at receptors which are designed for other elements and by displacing these, wreak havoc in our cells. Silicone is NOT benign, is NOT safe and I could submit several lab reports of patients who are ill or have already passed away with cancer, where silicone was the main player in the genesis of their disease. Please revise your facts – this is not a safe product to use around babies or food which is consumed by humans. Reply
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Silicone Food Storage

I am an Clinical Metal and Environmental Toxicologist. One of my patients suffered from acute Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She is a high functioning lawyer and head of legal teams for two sub-continents in the oil and gas industry. When we looked at Lymphocyte Sensitivity tests and DNA Adducts testing we found that SILICONE and several forms of so-called “inert” silicone had made their way into her cells at devastatingly high levels. What were the sources of her silicone poisoning? 1. She is a diver who hold a prestigious world record and she has the silicone mouth piece from her regulator in her mouth on every dive. Her dive mask is manufactured from so-called inert silicone. She applies body and beauty care products to her skin which contain dimethicone (minuscule amounts of this compound can cause cancer and cause epigenetic changes to DNA). She used an underarm anti-perspirant which contained a silicone compound known as cyclopentasiloxane and finally she is an avid underwater photographer who applies silicone from a tube to the O-rings of her dive camera housing and dive equipment. Go figure whether silicone is as benign and as “safe” (GRAS) as claimed by the food industry. The BAD thing about silicone? It lipid binds, it sets itself up in one’s cells at receptors which are designed for other elements and by displacing these, wreak havoc in our cells. Silicone is NOT benign, is NOT safe and I could submit several lab reports of patients who are ill or have already passed away with cancer, where silicone was the main player in the genesis of their disease. Please revise your facts – this is not a safe product to use around babies or food which is consumed by humans. Reply
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Silicone Food Storage

Details Let waste-free lunch break the mold with these sweet silicone containers, designed and manufactured exclusively for reuseit. First of all, they’re the most adorable little containers that ever existed, but don’t be fooled by their good looks—these containers pack a reusable punch, too. Each petite container is made entirely of silicone, which is simply a wonder material—and truly an example of better living through science. Created as a byproduct of bonding silica and oxygen atoms, it’s chemically-stable, which means it won’t leach any scary toxins—like, say, BPA—into the food inside. And, it’s a triple threat—microwave safe, freezer safe AND dishwasher safe. Plus, flexible silicone is virtually indestructible, so bumps, drops and just general oopsies are all good. Great for accident-prone kids and adults alike, these break-proof containers are also pretty much the best place ever to stash your favorite snacks—because, let’s be real—people drop sh*t. The set of four colorful, compact containers nest inside each other and collapse for easy storage. • Silicone food storage containers• Small and compact—great for bits of leftovers and snacks on the go• Made entirely of non-toxic silicone • Microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe. Not approved for use as bakeware.• Flexible and non-breakable Dimensions Dimensions: 1.5 cup (12 oz) measures 3.75″W x 3.75″W x 2.4″H2.3 cup (18.25 oz) measures 6.5″W x 4″W x 2.4″H3.375 cup (27 oz) measures 7.2″W x 4.6″W x 2.6H5 cup (40.5 oz) measures 3.75″W x 4.75″W x 2.4″H
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Silicone Food Storage

Let waste-free lunch break the mold with these sweet silicone containers, designed and manufactured exclusively for reuseit. First of all, they’re the most adorable little containers that ever existed, but don’t be fooled by their good looks—these containers pack a reusable punch, too. Each petite container is made entirely of silicone, which is simply a wonder material—and truly an example of better living through science. Created as a byproduct of bonding silica and oxygen atoms, it’s chemically-stable, which means it won’t leach any scary toxins—like, say, BPA—into the food inside. And, it’s a triple threat—microwave safe, freezer safe AND dishwasher safe. Plus, flexible silicone is virtually indestructible, so bumps, drops and just general oopsies are all good. Great for accident-prone kids and adults alike, these break-proof containers are also pretty much the best place ever to stash your favorite snacks—because, let’s be real—people drop sh*t. The set of four colorful, compact containers nest inside each other and collapse for easy storage. • Silicone food storage containers• Small and compact—great for bits of leftovers and snacks on the go• Made entirely of non-toxic silicone • Microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe. Not approved for use as bakeware.• Flexible and non-breakable
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Silicone Food Storage

As I’m doing more and more research on buying silicone products, I’ve discovered that there are so many companies out there that say that their products are 100% silicone, but are not. A quick “pinch test” is all it took while walking though bed and and beyond. Several of their ice cube trays and chocolate molds touting “100% silicone” are in fact, not 100% silicone. If you fold (for example) a blue “silicone” ice cube tray, and white appears in the fold, it has cheap fillers, and most likely was made in China…DO NOT BUY!
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Cathi December 12, 2014 at 11:25 am # As I’m doing more and more research on buying silicone products, I’ve discovered that there are so many companies out there that say that their products are 100% silicone, but are not. A quick “pinch test” is all it took while walking though bed and and beyond. Several of their ice cube trays and chocolate molds touting “100% silicone” are in fact, not 100% silicone. If you fold (for example) a blue “silicone” ice cube tray, and white appears in the fold, it has cheap fillers, and most likely was made in China…DO NOT BUY! Reply

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