Hello all, Upon enjoying a nice hearty bowl of tomato soup, warmed conveniently in my microwave, I noticed a few mysterious specks of something dark floating around. On inspection it turned out that this was rust that had fallen from the roof of my microwave. Being a rather anxious person, my first thought was that I had ingested some terrible radioactive pieces of metal and that I only had minutes to live. However some internet research somewhat alleviated these fears, mainly due to the fact that microwaves are non-ionising. However the risks of eating rust from a microwave were not conclusively answered. I know that eating a bit of rust will do nobody any harm, however I wanted to ask your expert advice as to whether rust from a microwave was somehow more harmful? My logic behind this, almost certainly flawed, is that after years of being beamed with microwaves, could the rust somehow have become toxic? Thanks in advance for your replies, I know this may be a silly question, but sometimes my anxiety just won't go away until I receive a factual answer.