There’s nothing particularly exciting about plastic containers, but they sure do come in handy when it’s time to store your food or pack your lunch for work in the morning, right? Well, it turns out that the convenience may not be worth it.
According to a recent study conducted by New York University Langone Medical Center and published in the journal Hypertension, microwaving your food in plastic containers could put you at a higher risk of high blood pressure and insulin resistance, which can lead to prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.
These findings aren’t at all far-fetched considering the fact that the harmful chemicals in plastic can leak into your food when microwaved.
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