Tag: bpa

Another Reason to Reduce Your Exposure to BPA

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a compound used in the manufacture of polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins. It is commonly found in the packaging of...

Study Connects Ramen Noodles to Chronic Disease

While it is well-known that processed foods are not a healthy choice (and should really be avoided entirely), many specific foods in this category...

BPA Substitute No Better – Perhaps Even Worse – than BPA

When choosing plastic items, many people find reassurance in the "BPA Free" label. This is understandable, as BPA has been associated with a string...

BPA Exposure May Be Higher Than You Think

If you avoid plastic bottles and soup cans like the plague in an effort to reduce your BPA exposure, you may want to think...

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,...

3 Things Hiding in Your Coconut Milk

Over one-third of the world's population depends on the milk, meat, water and oil of the coconut for nutrients. Indeed this is a good...

How to Stop Using Plastic for Good

Plastic is a dominant material in our modern world. While going entirely plastic-free may be nearly impossible (if you use a phone and a...

Born Polluted: Infants’ Health Compromised Before Birth

The average middle-aged American may have between 30,000 to 50,000 different chemicals in their body that their grandparents did not have. No matter how...

Big Business Historically Backs Dangerous Ingredients Like Lead in Paint: Don’t...

It is truly frightening how many chemicals are approved for use in our food and in our homes that are discovered years later to...

New Studies Link BPA to Dental Problems and Low Testosterone

More and more evidence is mounting against bisphenol A (BPA), the ubiquitous chemical found in many everyday plastic products. New studies from France and...
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