Simple Kitchen Solutions
Author Dr. Myron Wentz and Dave Wentz say:
- Trade in your table salt for natural sea salt, which contains a mixture of alkaline complexes. And use pepper or other spices to liven your meals.
- The less work you need to do while you're in the kitchen, the more nutrient value your food typically will have . . . reduce the amount of slicing, dicing, cooking, blending, boiling, and peeling.
- Maintain a good distance — at least 10 feet in front or five feet to the side — between yourself and the microwave when it's on.
- If you must use a PTFE-lined or Teflon pan, keep your stove's burner on medium or lower.