Does heat food contained by the microwave oven bring cancer?


Just wondering...
Answers:
YES, ALL radiation is harmful. Try to make a habit of covering your food near a glass dish, it blocks the rays.
Microwave ovens don’t make foods radioactive. They only heat them. Microwave ovens heat food by producing radiation which is absorbed by hose molecules in the food. This makes the water molecules shudder and produce heat, which cooks the food.

Any modern day microwave oven in angelic condition is perfectly safe as long as you follow the instructions for use. If you use a microwave oven in the correct channel there is no known harmful effect on humans. But society still tend to worry. There are a lot of false rumors floating around about microwaves and condition.

Studies have looked at the possible link between microwave ovens and cancer. Some results suggest there may be a join but other studies haven’t been able to prove this at all. Microwaves do produce a fascinating field while they are in use. This drops sharply the further you are from the oven and doesn't last long, as you tend to cook within microwaves for very short periods. Most experts say that microwave ovens don’t hand over off enough energy to twist the genetic material (DNA) in cells so they can’t lead to cancer.
There is proof that it does and there is proof that it does not. I personally believe that it probably does. I think that the marketplace doesn't want us to believe that it does since EVERYONE owns a microwave now a days, but I don't see how it can't cause some kind of grassland issues. Though I still use microwaves because they are so convenient and until its 100% proven to cause cancer I don't think anyone is going to stop using their microwave


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