Video: ❶ Why The Microwave Is Harmful
Almost every home, restaurant and cafe has a microwave oven, which has become an indispensable technique for heating food and defrosting food. In fact, using a microwave oven can be harmful and hazardous to human health. Location: Location: First you need to understand how the microwave oven works. Light waves, microwaves and radio waves are all forms of electromagnetic energy. Microwaves are fairly short, capable of traveling at the speed of light. Microwaves, in addition to being used in a furnace, are also used for international and long-distance telephone communications, Internet transmitters on satellites and the Earth. But people are more familiar with microwaves, which are used to cook and heat food.
The microwave oven contains a magnetron, the effect of which is precisely all the harm. This device converts ordinary electrical energy into a high frequency electric field with a frequency of 2450 MHz (megahertz). This electric field interacts with water molecules in food. Therefore, the dishes practically do not heat up by themselves, but only from the already heated food.
Microwaves affect water molecules in such a way that they begin to rotate at a tremendous speed - millions of times per second. This creates molecular friction, which heats up the food. This friction can damage food fibers and molecules, and they break and deform. Simply put, microwaves during radiation kill all living things in food, causing food decay.
From the point of view of biology, the most harmful to the human body is high-frequency radiation of the centimeter range, which gives electromagnetic radiation of high intensity. Such radiations cannot be heard, seen or felt, but they have a negative effect on the human body. The mechanism of action of microwaves does not appear immediately, but gradually accumulates, leading to serious diseases.
Microwave radiation gradually weakens the cells of the human body. And since the cells are already significantly broken and destroyed, the cell membranes are not able to protect them from the penetration of fungi, viruses and other microorganisms. In addition, natural self-healing mechanisms are suppressed.