Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Wisdom Wednesday

I have not used my microwave since changing my diet to hold off the growth of cancer—an unfortunate condition I inherited from my parents. In the process of heating, Microwave ovens destroy nutrients. That means I would not get the nourishment my body needs. I eat lots of raw food (no cooking), but when I cook, I use a toaster oven to cook or reheat food. I also use the stovetop.

Really it takes little extra time to heat conventionally (oven or cooktop) than use a microwave, which destroys far more nutrients and may cause other harm.

Why toaster oven instead of the big oven? The toaster oven holds a quart-size dish, which is large enough for 4-6 servings. Why heat up the big oven which takes more time than the energy-efficient toaster oven.

What are your thoughts on microwave ovens and toaster ovens?


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