Microwave-is-bad-for-food, in a study published in the journal of agricultural and food chemistry, researchers decided to examine the effects of microwave heating on the loss of vitamin b-12 in foods like raw beef, pork, and milk. the results of the study show there was a 30 to 40 percent loss of the vitamin when the foods received microwave exposure.. There's a common misconception that microwaved food is bad for you, either because microwaving destroys nutrients or because the microwaves themselves somehow render the food unhealthy., the difference is that microwaves deform and distort the molecules in food, while conventional heating methods do not. this is problematic in the medical field as well. we know, for example, that during blood transfusions, microwaves are often used to heat the blood before it is transferred to the patient..
It is a well known fact that raw food is more nutritious than cooked. cooking food destroys nutrients, whether it's on a stove, or in the microwave oven. but microwaving food on high power can be more destructive than cooking on the stove. so if you use a microwave, use one with an inverter magnetron, and cook on low power.