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ChrisB

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I use glass or stainless steel.
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Mercola has said this from the beginning. He said BPA was bad, but claims these new chemicals are worse.
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Why men should stay away from PLASTIC: Exposure to a gender-bending chemical affects a baby's development after just 5 DAYS 

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Gender-bending chemicals called phthalates can cause changes to a growing foetus within the blastocyst stage, researchers from the University of Massachusetts found.

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BPA Highly Present in Canned Foods Marketed to Children

Anthony Gucciardi
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During the early stages of life, proper hormonal balance is essential for adequate growth and development. Bisphenol ABPA), an estrogen-mimicker, can offset the hormonal balance of your body leading to conditions such as cancer and early puberty. Therefore, it is quite disturbing that a new study conducted by the Breast Cancer Fund has found that BPA is highly present in 6 different canned foods marketed specifically towards children.
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The 6 canned goods that the study identified, along with the measure of BPA contamination measured in parts per billion (ppb), are as follows:

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Even BPA-Free Plastics Leach Harmful Chemicals

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Bisphenol A
(BPA) is a known endocrine-disrupting hormone mimicker, present in a large majority of plastic products and even canned goods. But what about plastics that don’t contain BPA? A new study has found that even products that claim to be BPA-free oftentimes still leach endocrine-disrupting chemicals. In fact, the study found that 70% of common plastic products were tested positive for estrogenic activity, and the number skyrocketed to 95% when the products were put through real world conditions such as microwaving or dishwashing.

The study shows that even products labeled “BPA-free” still pose a threat to human health, and many contain phthalates, also known as “plasticizers.”


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