Rumor Has It: Can Microwaving your food lead to Cancer?

There is a common misconception about the chemicals that are released into food when you warm your leftovers in plastic or styrofoam. Many people fear that warming your food in the microwave messes with hormones, or causes cancer. Listen as Dr. Tom addresses this concern and learn why overcooking or burning your food might put you at a greater risk!  

Subscribe to our podcast for more rumors debunked! In this new series Dr. Tom will answer your most controversial, taboo and sometimes, just general questions about health that you’ve only ever asked Google.

About Causenta

At Causenta, we recognize that no two patients are alike. Our approach is unique in that we specialize treatment for each patient based on extensive testing. For over 17 years, our team of experienced and highly trained doctors have combined traditional medicine and alternative therapies to provide the highest quality care. Here you’ll find the latest technologies and a state-of-the-art facility combined with treatment protocols not found anywhere else in the world. Causenta is dedicated to strengthening both body and mind while focusing on personalized medicine to provide patients the right treatment for even the rarest conditions.

Whether you are fighting to win a gold metal in the Olympics or fighting for your life to beat cancer, Causenta is the right place for you.

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