Risks of the Microwave Oven – The Nation
Microwave ovens are called the better half of the kitchen. With the help of the microwave oven, people can prepare more delicious and tasty food in a short time.
Have you ever asked your inner soul whether or not a food that is cooked in the microwave is healthier for our health? Not at all, food cooked in microwave ovens is very dangerous to human health. It gives off radiation that is similar to radio waves. These waves are generated by the magnetron (a magnetron is a device that is used in any microwave oven to generate electromagnetic waves). Magnetrons generate EMF with a microwave frequency of about 2,450 megahertz. These waves attack the natural polarity of water molecules and cause a proportion that in turn generates thermal energy.
According to health experts, food cooked in a microwave oven loses its important nutritional value by 60 to 90 percent. This leads to an increased risk of blood cancer cells, cataracts, birth defects, as well as male infertility and several other terrible diseases in humans.
It was first invented by the Nazis for his army troops for the cooking method during World War II. It was later banned by the Soviet Union in 1976 because of its biological effects. Soviet scientists found that these waves produced by microwaves reduce the ability of vitamins such as vitamin B complex, vitamins C and E, essential minerals, and lipotropics.
While the Swiss doctor Hans Ulrich Hertelm conducted an investigation in 1991 and stated that a food cooked in a microwave causes a loss of hemoglobins, which indicate anemia, the number of red blood cells falls, radiolyte compounds fail and the number of white blood falls Cells and raised cholesterol.
According to well-known scientist Professor Franz Adelkofer, the high frequency of electromagnetic waves can have genotoxic effects and damage DNA, which leads to cancer.
Diseases that are caused by microwaves are. Insomnia (insomnia), headache and dizziness, nausea, cataracts, frequent urination, heart disease, male infertility, cancer, and weakened immune system.
In order to best maintain the nutritional value of food and keep us healthy, we need to use traditional cooking methods that were used by our ancestors.
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