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Cooking Meat in a Microwave? Vitamin B12 Partly Destroyed

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Cooking Meat in a Microwave? Vitamin B12 Partly DestroyedVitamin B12, which helps to prevent anemia and is present in meat and to a lesser extent in dairy products, is partly destroyed when the food is cooked for six minutes in a microwave oven. This was reported in the journal Agricultural & Food Chemistry in January, l998.

Of course, you can get this vitamin (also called cobalamin) via a multiple vitamin capsule. This is a good alternative for vegetarians who might otherwise develop a deficiency, which could result in anemia.

Cooking Meat in a Microwave? Vitamin B12 Partly Destroyed Bibliography

Agricultural & Food Chemistry in January, l998

 

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