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Fw: [healthfraud] Iron in cookware

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  • B Morey
    Perhaps I d better modify my previous post. Here s a reply in another group. Rosalind is a senior research toxicologist. ... From: Rosalind Dalefield
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 30, 2002
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      Perhaps I'd better modify my previous post. Here's a reply in
      another group. 'Rosalind' is a senior research toxicologist.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Rosalind Dalefield" <rosalind@...>
      To: "CJ Ewell" <fnp_cj@...>; <ken.dunnington@...>;
      Cc: <healthfraud@...>
      Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 9:44 AM
      Subject: [healthfraud] Iron in cookware, was Arsenic residue in

      > > I wonder if anyone would like to analyze the iron content of
      my cookware.
      > > After all, iron in excessive doses kills a number of children
      each year.
      > > Regards,
      > > CJ
      > No problem as long as you do not use your cookware for making
      strong liquor
      > from corn*, as some Africans have done. They succeeded in
      giving themselves
      > chronic iron poisoning which messes up the pancreas and
      pituitary among
      > other things. One of the clinical signs is hypogonadism, but
      > Daskawicz was not the person who mentioned that.
      > And if Jorge wants a reference to the above comments, I can
      provide it.
      > Rosalind
      > * I may be mistaken about which grain they use.
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