“Recent research shows that microwave-cooked food suffers severe molecular damage. When eaten, it causes abnormal changes in human blood and immune systems. Not surprisingly, the public has been denied details on these significant health dangers.”
After World War II, the Russians experimented with microwave ovens. From 1957 on, their research was mainly carried out at the Institute of Radio Technology at Klinsk, Byelorussia. According to US researcher William Kopp, who gathered much of the results of Russian re-search and was eventually prosecuted for doing so (Journal of Natural Science, 1998; 1:42 – 3), the following effects were observed by Russian forensic teams:
1. Heating prepared meats in a microwave sufficiently for human consumption created:
* d-Nitrosodiethanolamine (a well known cancer-causing agent).
* Destabilization of active protein biomolecular compounds.
* Creation of a binding effect to radioactivity in the atmosphere.
* Creation of cancer-causing agents within protein hydrosylate compounds in milk and cereal grains.
2. Microwave emissions also caused alteration in the catabolic (breakdown) behavior of glucoside and galactoside elements within frozen fruits when thawed in this way.
3. Microwaves altered catabolic behavior of plant alkaloids when raw, cooked or frozen vegetables were exposed for even very short periods.
4. Cancer-causing free radicals were formed within certain trace-mineral molecular formations in plant substances, especially in raw root vegetables.
5. Ingestion of microwaved foods caused a higher percentage of cancerous cells in blood.
6. Due to chemical alterations within food substances, malfunctions occurred in the lymphatic system, causing degeneration of the immune system’s capacity to protect itself against cancerous growth.
7. The unstable catabolism of microwaved foods altered their elemental food substances, leading to disorders in the digestive system.
8. Those ingesting microwaved foods showed a statistically higher incidence of stomach and intestinal cancers, plus a general degeneration of peripheral cellular tissues with a gradual breakdown of digestive and excretory system function.
9. Microwave exposure caused significant decreases in the nutritional value of all foods studied, particularly:
* A decrease in the bioavailability of B-complex vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, essential minerals and lipotrophics.
* Destruction of the nutritional value of nucleoproteins in meats.
* Lowering of the metabolic activity of alkaloids, glucosides, galactosides and nitrilosides (all basic plant substances in fruits and vegetables).
* Marked acceleration of structural disintegration in all foods.
As a result of this research, the Soviets banned the use of microwave ovens in 1976 and issued an international warning on the health hazards, both biological and environmental, of these appliances and similar-frequency electronic devices. The ban was lifted after Pere-stroika when the Russians decided to jump on the capitalist bandwagon.
Still not ready to give it up? Here’s an experiment you can try at home:
Buy two identical small houseplants in the same stage of growth and state of health. Then pick up a gallon of bottled water. Pour half of the water into a pot and bring it to a boil on your stovetop. Then pour the other half gallon of water into a microwavable container and bring it to a boil in your microwave oven. When the water cools, pour the water from the stovetop back into the jug it came from, then pour the microwaved water into a separate, similar jug or any suitable container. Label both containers with a magic marker so you can keep track of which is which. Label the plant pots too. If need be, use some masking tape or gummed labels along with the marker. The labels can simply say “Microwave” and “Regular”.
Now simply water the houseplants as you normally would, only making sure that the plant marked “Microwave” only gets the water that came out of the microwave oven, and that the plant marked “Regular”, only gets the water which was boiled normally.
The results of your experiment should roughly mirror the examples below:
Everybody who’s tried this has gotten the same exact results. In fact, if you start out with seeds instead of plants, the seed which is irrigated with the microwaved water won’t even germinate. After this, I shudder every time I stop and think how much coffee I’ve heated and reheated in the microwave and drank over the last several years — enough to float a battleship. Maybe that’s why I tended to feel crappy and sluggish and run-down the whole time too. Now I heat my coffee water in a pot on the stove. It really doesn’t take much longer. Sure, it’s a little more inconvenient, but not half as inconvenient as a brain tumor
or bone marrow cancer.