N/APosted on - 05/27/2015
Hello, I have been thinking of these few issues for a couple of weeks now and I would be glad if someone can help me by providing answers that would clear all my doubts. I would like to know if the use of the microwave does have a significant quality effect on the nutritional content of food. Are there any studies to prove a loss in nutrition due to the use of the microwave? And apart from what I do seek for, are there any other important information that even most people do not know of yet, causing a lot of havoc? Thank you.
Can A Microwave Affect The Nutritional Content Of Food?
If you're concerned about getting the most nutrition out of your eats, microwaving is a secure choice. In fact, it's one of the best nutritional food-prep techniques. If you utilize you’re microwave with a minute volume of water to steam the food you'll maintain more minerals and vitamins than nearly all other preparing techniques. "When you heat food, there will be some loss of nutrients. The best cooking process for preserving nutrients would be one that cooks quickly, allowing food to heat for the shortest time and uses only the minimum volume of fluid.
Microwave cooking does just that.