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Don't use a microwave to reheat these 11 foods

By sherlysylvia at 2022-04-17 • 0 collector • 138 pageviews

11 foods you should never reheat in the microwave

Certain foods, when cooked in the microwave, can produce catastrophic results. These results can affect your health, your safety, or even the lives of other people. Here's why you shouldn't use a microwave to reheat these 11 foods, as revealed by expert studies and official health warnings.

1. Processed meat

Processed meats are unhealthy to begin with, mainly because they are full of preservatives and all kinds of questionable chemicals. These preservatives are used to last longer, but they have never been good for your health, and heating them in the microwave makes them much worse.

When you microwave these questionable substances, you can expose them to chemical changes, especially the oxidation of cholesterol. Here are some research papers detailing this information:

The study: "Cholesterol oxidation in meat products and its regulation by means of sodium nitrite and apple polyphenol supplementation before processing" in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, showed that meats processed in the microwave probably result in several different chemical processes, including oxidation of cholesterol.

He also found some potential alternative preservative products that could prevent cholesterol oxidation and be more positive for overall health, although most processed meats don't use them even now.

The study: "Consequences of heating and microwave frying on the lipid fraction of chicken and beef patties" in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2003), found that frying chicken and beef burgers can cause an increase in 1.5 to 2.6 times in the oxidation products of cholesterol.

It sounds like a lot until you hear about heating them up in the microwave, which generates 5.3 to 6.1 times increments.

The study: “Formation of cholesterol oxidation products (POPs) in animal products” in Food Control (2007), revealed that cholesterol oxidation products are likely to cause life-threatening disorders and diseases, including coronary heart disease.





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