Now, recent government sponsored studies are saying that eggs are not bad for us after all.
So, whom should we believe and what criteria should we use to decide matters concerning our health?
In general, people believe that whatever a microwave oven does to foods cooked in it doesn't have any negative effect on either the food or them.
Of course, if microwave ovens were really harmful, our government would never allow them on the market, would they? Regardless of what has been "officially" released concerning microwave ovens, we have personally stopped using ours based on the research facts outlined in this article.
Over 90% of American homes have microwave ovens used for meal preparation.
No FDA or officially released government studies have proven current microwaving usage to be harmful, but we all know that the validity of studies can be - and are sometimes deliberately - limiting.The scientific name for this deformation is "structural isomerism".By comparison, microwaves from the sun are based on principles of pulsed direct current (DC) that don't create frictional heat; microwave ovens use alternating current (AC) creating frictional heat.Many terms are used in describing electromagnetic waves, such as wavelength, amplitude, cycle and frequency: Radiation, as defined by physics terminology, is "the electromagnetic waves emitted by the atoms and molecules of a radioactive substance as a result of nuclear decay." Radiation causes ionization, which is what occurs when a neutral atom gains or loses electrons.In simpler terms, a microwave oven decays and changes the molecular structure of the food by the process of radiation.