View Full Version : Mobile phones , ceramic knives, and copper spades.
06-14-2008, 09:42 AM
Okay, recently saw a david wolfe video on youtube and says its preferable to use a ceramic knife instead of metal to preserve the nutrients ?? Does anyone do this ??
And says farmers should use copper spades because its better for the land ?? Anyone have more information about this ??
And apparently mobile phones are meant to be dangerous aswell, I personally dont have one anymore as they are too risky to health in my opinion, after I read all the articles on mercola.com . He even goes as far to say they are the 21st century version of smoking.
Ayone else heard about these claims ??
06-14-2008, 11:33 AM
I know cell phones are bad; sadly I find mine necessary. I fully believe it's like a microwave next to your brain.
Never heart the other claims though I've heard great things about ceramic knives in general. Good to know!
06-14-2008, 11:59 AM
never heard of ceramic knives.
i agree with cell phones being bad... i need to stay connected to my kids though... but i would love to not have them anymore. using speaker phone keeps it away from your head though!
06-15-2008, 12:30 PM
Well someone needs to keep the off topic board running !! Lol.
Anyway, heres the link.
06-15-2008, 01:27 PM
Absolutely love my ceramic knife. Don't use it for any reason other than I love it. Want more!!!!
Sugar Snap Pea
06-18-2008, 09:18 AM
So if it's a ceramic knife, isn't the blade still metal? And how is this any different than a regular knife? Off to Google...
Sugar Snap Pea
06-18-2008, 09:24 AM
Silly me! The blade is ceramic! :rolleyes:
06-18-2008, 09:46 AM
i love using ceramic knifes simply because i can taste it in the fruit and veggies i eat... as in... if i use regular knives i can taste a metallic taste in teh food... cerammic knives don't do that... i also remember reading that regular metal knives leave metal residue on your food... which is why high quality cooked chefs prefer ceramic knives sometimes... also .... the metal oxidizes food as soon as it cuts compared to ceramic which doesn't.... so the food stays fresher longer.... so those are the reasons i mainly use ceramic knives....
and man... i wish there was something i could do to where i didn't need a cell phone.... how amazing would that be!!?? i've watched all those youtube vides of the four cellphones popping popcorn .... it's pretty crazy ....
and yes.. when it come sto copper shovels they nurture the ground a lot better... just like the metal knives oxidizing the food... metal shovels have the same effect on the ground.... i've come to see that ground seems more happy with me when i dig in with a copper blade.... but anyay... htats just my own personal experience...
11-04-2008, 06:20 PM
Anyone know a great place online to buy a ceramic knife? I would like one but wish I'd gotten one at the Simply Raw fest for only $40!
11-04-2008, 09:06 PM
I remember saying I would never get a cell phone. And yet now I have one. I got it for emergencies and generally that's all I would use it for. But my husband and other people call me on it all the time. These days I think it wouldn't matter if I had one or not, healthwise. Everyone around me is using them.
I wouldn't personally get a ceramic knife for fear of dropping and breaking it.
Have not heard about copper spades. Nor have I ever seen one.
11-05-2008, 01:06 PM
On the ceramic knife.
I chucked mine because I noticed a piece missing and went through my food and found it in it. If I had not noticed and had swallowed it I would have been in trouble.
On the cell phone. I switch mine off as soon as I enter the house but my other half is an addict. They are treating some teenagers in Europe for addiction to cell phones and I want my hubby to go get that treatment and stop poluting my house.
I would also like to point out that they have discovered that cordless house phones are worse than cell phones so I have chucked that as well. There is an old type one (I think that it is 900htz) that is not so bad but the new ones are deadly.
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