Dangers of Microwaves?

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Microwaves pose major dangers to the user and some of this danger may result from radiation from the energy released by electromagnetic waves into the food, the plastic containers and plastic wraps used in heating may leach harmful compounds into the food. Another harmful effect is the reduction or alteration of the levels of vitamins and nutrients from the food that are essential for a healthy body.
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