Plastic is popular in the modern world. We either eat from plastic plates, drink PET bottles, or transport our own food. This may seem like to make life easier, but plastic is a major threat to life on Earth. In other words, plastic contamination reaches a predominant level. Plastic becomes an important part of our lives and does not fall below the most acceptable limits.
First of all, it is safe for the microwave if the message on the plate or on the plate is protected from chemicals. In most cases, the label means that even if it is protected from chemicals, it will not melt or be damaged by heating. According to research, resins in plastic containers can cause serious problems worldwide.
Most plastics are made from long-chain hydrocarbon molecules, and most plastics contain chemicals used to improve the elasticity and colour of bottles. Most of us know that such plastic is not compatible with microwave ovens.
However, when you put or pack food in small plastic containers or microwave products, chemical reactions get into the food and cause damage to health. The two plastic components of phthalate and diphenol are called endocrine disruptors because they are released from plastic cups, which can affect the levels of estrogen and testosterone in men. Stir the food. It can harm children with endocrine disorders, especially normal growth and development. Toxic chemicals go into foods high in fat such as meat and cheese. Many products packaged in plastics or containers contain plastics.
It is not safe to heat in a microwave with plastic container. Chemicals are safe in the microwave, but they can cause health problems. For hot food, use hot glass, CE, ceramic, heat-resistant glass. You can use paper products that have been approved specifically for microwave cooking.
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