Is food cooked in a microwave oven bad for your health?

Microwaving preserves more nutrients than traditional cooking methods like boiling or frying

Microwaves cook food faster, reducing exposure to high temperatures that can degrade nutrients

Microwaving with minimal water helps retain nutrients and prevents leaching into water

When used properly, microwaves are safe; follow instructions and use microwave-safe containers

Microwaves distribute heat evenly, reducing the formation of harmful compounds associated with uneven cooking

Microwaving requires less oil, reducing the intake of unhealthy fats associated with frying