Many studies have proved the dangers of using a microwave to heat the food. In this article, we will present you the top 5 reasons that will show you why you must stop using a microwave immediately.
Although the FDA has strict guidelines which limit radiation leakage, microwaves usually exceed those limits as a result of many years of use. Regular exposure to a high levels of radiation can cause damage to the brain, nervous system, cataracts, and the lymphatic system.
2. Decline in Nutrients
A study published in the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture has shown that microwaved broccoli can lose up to 97% of its beneficial antioxidants while steamed broccoli loses only 11%. Furthermore, another study from the Journal of Nutrition has found that garlic loses its strong cancer-fighting properties after only 60 seconds in a microwave.
3. Lack of Sleep
As a result of the overuse of microwaves and smartphones, billions of watts per hour of radio waves are pumped into the ionosphere every single day. According to a study published in the Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy, the frequent exposure to such a high levels of radiation can cause fatigue, insomnia, and headaches. The lack of sleep usually leads to mental disorders such as depression.
4. Poor Digestion
A study published by the Journal of Food Science and Nutrition has shown that cooking food produced no change in its ability to digest. Microwaving it, on the other hand, resulted in reduced digestibility by 25%.
According to the data provided by the National Institute of Health, 60 to 70 million people experience digestive problems every year, and just in 2009, 245,921 American citizens have died as a result of digestive diseases.
5. Brainwave Disturbance
Microwaves cause high levels of disturbance in the alpha, beta and delta wave patterns in the brain, which leads to memory loss, decreased ability to concentrate, and reduced emotional thresholds. Many health professionals believe that microwaves are one of the biggest causes for the epidemic of ADHD. Statistically, ADHD diagnoses have increased by 43 percent in the last 8 years.