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Amazon as the Oster Large Triple 2.5qt Stainless Steel Buffet Server/Warming Tray for just $22.47 w/free prime shipping! This is the lowest price it has ever been on Amazon, and is more than 50% off the regular price of $47.52 (avg price over the last 90 days). I've been waiting for this to go on sale for a while, and this is perfect timing with the holidays right around the corner!

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What do you make your hat out of, since foil is so dangerous?
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Mitch, I appreciate your effort to provide a credible resource. While I regret that the study's (sole) author chose to sensationalize the title, it is a fairly comprehensive review. If you read it closely along with the CDC guidelines here:
https://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprof...p22-c2.pdf

you will find that Aluminium is not readily available for uptake for the human body, but only in certain forms (like citrate) is it taken up by the brain. Household products are treated to add an oxide layer, which is so tough that you need strong acids to break. This layer provides a barrier to Aluminium leeching into your food and other products in bioavailable forms.

Now, everything in excess is toxic but blanket statements that something is bad don't usually apply in real life. Hope this helps.

Source: graduate student in bioengineering
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So you're saying that many sources that agree with one other (by your interpretation, from reading the abstracts at most) are more credible than several health-oriented organizations collectively actually reading the content of studies and creating policies based on those findings? That seems ironic, considering you are posting to a forum whose users depend largely on a single moderating source (Fakespot) to determine the legitimacy of large quantities of coinciding but dubious reviews.

Regardless of this, upon reviewing the white paper you linked, it pertains exclusively to aluminum as an intentional additive to foods and medicines, rather than aluminum content introduced by usage of aluminum foodservice containers such as those featured in this slickdeal or aluminum cans, which are fairly ubiquitous. My attempts to find sources forging the link between ingested aluminum via foodservice products and Alzheimer's were met exclusively with farcical garbage such as The Daily Mail. The scientific concensus appears to be that while aluminum accumulation in affected neurons appears to be related to Alzheimer's, it is a consequence of the progression of the disease rather than its cause. To that end, the Alzheimer's Association (http://www.alz.org/alzheimers_dis...eimers.asp) and WebMD (https://www.webmd.com/alzheimers/...sk-factors), among other non-government organizations, appear to agree that studies such as the one you linked at best fail to make reasonable causal relationship between ingestion and neurological disorder.
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Good deal mine just broke
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Thanks Op. Ordered w/ a filler item for free standard shipping.
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Bought this in 2013 and it still works well for those of you wondering about the quality. Used it quite a bit for get togethers and potlucks.
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Just what we need when it's our turn to host holiday dinners - in for 1. Thanks OP!
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Got one a few years ago and works great for parties...
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Don't know where we'll put it, but at this price how can I pass it up? Definitely will come in handy for parties.
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Repped! Been looking at this food a while glad I've held off until now!
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Keep food warm in Aluminum trays with plastic lids?

Pass
Yes, it will kill you on the spot.
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In for 2! Perfect timing with the holidays coming up and It'll be classy and convenient for the upcoming get-together's!
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I love comments from the clueless... Keep eating and drinking out of warmed up aluminum and plastic.

Enjoy the Endocrine disruption and Alzheimer's.
Thanks, I will!
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Hardly think eating food out of an aluminum pan is going to kill you. LOL
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