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I do not really know which are the reliable sources to cite.
But here is my perspective, based on technical inputs from my Dad (who is an engineer), granny's wisdom, and the factual sources on the internet.
This includes items bought in another country or considered to be a craft, antique, or collectable. Test kits can detect high levels of lead in ceramic cookware, but lower levels may also be dangerous. Cooking Cast iron pots may increase the amount of iron in the diet.
Most of the time, this is a very small source of dietary iron.
"You have to replace it immediately", he warned me, adding that non-stick surfaces are suspected to release toxic chemicals, and will probably be banned or discontinued within the next 2 years.
The material that they are made from can leach into the food that is being cooked.
Now that I had to replace all my cookware, I decided to spend a couple of days researching options on the internet.
There is a lot of confusion and many contradictory opinions as to which cookware is safe or not.
Over time, these coatings can break down and allow copper to dissolve in food.
Older copper cookware may have tin or nickel coatings and should not be used for cooking.