A Silent Killer Lurks in Your Kitchen!

It’s convenient.

You use it daily.

It becomes essential part of your life.

You use it for cooking, baking or heating.

But, have you ever asked if it’s good for you, your health and the environment?

Does it promote health or more likely destroy it?

 `…microwaving destroys 97% of all phytonutrients and vitamins in vegetables and other foods, and may alter proteins in damaging and mutagenic ways.’- `Primal Body, Primal Mind: beyond the paleo diet for total health and longer life’  by Nora Gedgaudas’. The section was talking about microwaving and quoted an article published in the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (Volume 83, Issue 14, pages 1511–1516, November 2003)

Furthermore, Mike Adams, the Health ranger Editor of NaturalNews.com says:

“…eating raw broccoli provides you with natural anti-cancer medicine that’s extremely effective at halting the growth of cancer tumours. But microwaving that broccoli destroys the anti-cancer nutrients, rendering the food “dead” and nutritionally depleted. There’s even some evidence to suggest that microwaving destroys the natural harmony in water molecules, creating an energetic pattern of chaos in the water found in all foods. In fact, the common term of “nuking” your food is coincidentally appropriate: Using a microwave is a bit like dropping a nuclear bomb on your food, then eating the fallout. (You don’t actually get radiation from eating microwaved foods, however. But you don’t get much nutrition, either.)”

In a more recent article  he says: “Microwaves promote death because they turn nutritious, healthy food into empty, decimated calories.”

Resource: http://livingforlife.me/2013/05/19/microwave-destroys-nutrients-and-kills-food/

Microwave sickness

According to Dr. Mercola, people who have been exposed to high levels of microwave radiation experience a variety of symptoms, including:

  • Insomnia, night sweats, and various sleep disturbances
  • Headaches and dizziness
  • Impaired cognition
  • Depression and irritability
  • Nausea and appetite loss

See more @ http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/05/18/microwave-hazards.aspx

 So, It’s time to make a choice.

A good alternative is a toaster oven.