Is Eating Microwaved Food Safe?

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I know from science class that eating microwaved food is safe. The radiation from a microwave is less than what a person gets from the sun. The saying that you should not stand in front of one is also false, they are not dangerous.
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There are different views about whether it is safe to microwave food. You are indeed using a small amount of radiation to cook your food. The down side of that also is when you microwave food, you are loosing essential nutrients. The other side is microwaving food is a fast and simple way to cook or heat up food.
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