31 Oct '13, 3pm

3 Ways to Avoid BPA Exposure - potentially harmful BPA is in many everyday bottles, cans and containers #health #eco

Studies indicate that Bisphenol-A (BPA) is an endocrine disruptor posing serious health threats to humans. The primary sources of human BPA exposure are through: plastics such as water & baby bottles; the epoxy-resin coatings of canned foods and thermal receipt paper. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control ) tested 2517 urine samples from people 6 years and older and found 93% of the samples contained BPA. The health impacts of BPA include: hormonal abnormalities, asthma, risk of heart disease for children, behavioral problems, risk of cancer, and obesity. While BPA is still undergoing intensive studies on the health and environmental impacts – we agree with those who advise that it’s better to adopt the precautionary principle in this case than to be faced with the probable negative consequences later. What can you do to protect yourself? First – to safeguard yourself a...

Full article: http://www.alternativeconsumer.com/2013/10/31/the-detrime...

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