No. Invincibowl is completely safe to use and will not deliver any aluminum into your lungs. Here are three proofs:PROOF #1: TEMPERATURE
Aluminum, like virtually all materials, has three states of matter, solid, liquid and gas; think of ice, water and steam.
The hottest point of a pocket lighter’s flame can reach 2243 Kelvin. SOURCE
The hottest point of a mini-torch’s flame can reach 1700 Kelvin. SOURCE
At normal environmental temperatures aluminum is in its solid state. It turns to molten liquid at 933 Kelvin. SOURCE
It turns to gaseous vapor at 2743 Kelvin. SOURCE
Since neither a lighter or a mini-torch can reach the temperature needed to convert aluminum to a gas, there is no way for particles to be released.
Additionally, the Invincibowl would need to transition from solid, through liquid phase and into a gas phase. We have hundreds of videos and have run dozens of experiments proving, without a doubt, that the Invincibowl does not form molten metal when used.PROOF #2: MASS
The Invincibowl has a mass of 16,000mg
The average person consumes 10mg of aluminum per day in their food, water and air intake (ART1)
The Law of Conservation of Mass states that matter can neither be created or destroyed. SOURCE
At 10mg/day the Invincibowl would completely vanish after roughly 4 years of usage. This does not happen, unequivocally. After a year of continuous use, the Invincibowl’s mass remains exactly the same.PROOF #3: COATING
The Invincibowl is coated with a layer of hard anodization. This not only gives it cool colors, but provides a 1-mil (about a ¼ thickness of your hair) protective layer which can withstand temperatures up to 2273 Kelvin. SOURCE
After continual usage and hundreds of heating cycles, the anodized coating remains fully intact. Since the anodized coating is intact, and incredibly thin, we can conclude that no material is being shed, no aluminum is being released.BACKGROUND ON ALUMINUM
Aluminum is one of the most abundant metals in mother nature’s crust. Aluminum compounds can be found in trace amounts in all sorts of everyday items such as antacids, cosmetics, sunscreens, and as we mentioned before, in the food, water and air that you ingest.
Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry, CDC = SOURCE
US National Library of Medicine, NIH = SOURCE
The connection between aluminum and Alzheimer’s is complicated and widely misunderstood. Varying factors contribute to the disease including organ health, neuro-inflamation, neurofibrillary tangles, and several others. It is not even understood if the disease itself is what causes accumulation of different elements in the brain or vice versa.
Metal foundry workers who ingest significant amounts of aluminum, on the order of 1000mg/day, over long periods of time, have been shown to suffer neurological effects. For this reason we highly recommend you not eat your Invincibowl (1600mg)
Aluminum, metals and dementia = SOURCE
Influence of crucial risk factor to developing Alzheimer disease = (ART2)
Understanding Aspects of Aluminum Exposure in Alzheimer’s Disease Development = (ART3)