According to Lance Johnson’s article on NaturalNews.com, “Microwaves change the polarity of wave energy from positive to negative at the rate of millions of times per second, causing molecular friction in the food. This action heats up the food and damages the surrounding molecules, deforming them and tearing them apart in a phenomenon called ‘structural isomerism.’After being nuked, the quick and easy ‘microwaved’ food now consists of molecules and energies that are foreign to human genetics.”
In other words, even the newest microwave models are killing our food—morphing the amino acids into toxic proteins. And, if you’ve ever nuked some plastic bowl or wrap up there along with your meal, you’ve unlocked the poisonous power of Bisphenol-A, which can cause neurological problems and hormonal imbalance as well.
In addition, and arguably more importantly, the processes of this commonplace appliance are responsible for “38 million metric tons of carbon emissions,” according to Heather Zichal, deputy assistant to the president for energy and climate change.
But, as Johnson suggests, the best way for Americans to truly improve the environment, save money and stop eating mutated food is to simply get rid of the microwave altogether. Is there really any benefit to a microwave besides convenience anyway? Does it make anything actually taste better? We have to make the time to use other cooking methods in our everyday life. By nixing the microwave, each and every one of our households can prevent a minimum of 5 milli-watts of radiation per square centimeter.