Tag: bisphenol A

Are Your BPA-Free Bottles Really Safe?

Five years ago, the FDA banned the sale of baby bottles containing BPA, a chemical that mimics estrogen. Since then, bottles, food containers and...

Campbell’s To Remove BPA From Its Cans By Mid-2017

Campbell’s, the North American producer of canned soups, began using cans with lining made from BPA-free acrylic or polyester materials in March 2016, and...

How Dangerous Is BPA Exposure from Canned Food?

If you’re a health conscious consumer (or completely obsessed, like I am) you probably avoid drinking from plastic bottles, whether the "disposable" recyclable kind...

Could BPA Be Affecting Your Motivation to Exercise?

How many times have you hit the gym, the trail or the yoga mat this week? Your desire to exercise could be directly related...

BPA-Free Doesn’t Mean Toxic-Free

If you thought you didn’t have to worry about the toxic ingredient bisphenol A in your products because you always buy BPA-free labeled goods,...
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