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"The Hidden Dangers of Microwaves: What You Need to Know"


Zapping your food in the microwave: because who needs flavour and nutrients anyway?



Warming up in the microwave has become a staple in every house. We all love to use it but are often blind to the effects microwaves can have on us.

 

Leakage: Radiation in the microwave the radiation is strong and lasers directly onto the food we eat, this radiation can leak into all we digest and will lead to harm the quality of the food and its affect on our body.


Heart: Studies confirms that microwaves affect your hear. The study documents immediate and dramatic changes in heart rates when tested besides an approved device that generates microwaves at levels well below (0.3 percent) federal guidelines .

 

Taste and smell: Ever noticed how microwaved food can sometimes lose its flavor and aroma? That's because microwaving can make food watery and dampen its natural taste and smell.


Microwave Sickness

 

People who have been exposed to high levels of microwave radiation experience a variety of symptoms, including:


  • Impaired cognition

  • Insomnia, night sweats, and various sleep disturbances

  • Headaches and dizziness

  • Depression and irritability

  • Swollen lymph nodes and a weakened immune system

  • Frequent urination and extreme thirst

  • Nausea and appetite loss

  • Vision and eye problems

There is a good amount of data emerging that people are suffering these kinds of symptoms from living next to mobile phone towers and other high-frequency radiation emitting antennas, which emit microwaves around the clock.

 

Avoid this cooking method even it quick and easy. It is preferable to heat it in alternate fashions even if it wastes some of your time. Your life is worth more than a few seconds of idle mistakes...




 

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