We’ve been among those who have reported for years about the horrible effects of BPA exposure, from hormone disruption to obesity, infertility and reproductive disorders in both genders, breast cancer, prostrate cancer, behavioral problems, brain impairment, hypertension and more. Obviously, alternatives to this dangerous chemical are desperately needed, but we’ve also reported on the negative health effects from BPA’s main replacement: BPS. Washington State University was one of the first … Continue reading
A recent study has found that exposure to bisphenol-A or BPA can worsen symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease or IBD. BPA exists in polycarbonate plastics that are often used in making containers to store food and beverages, such as water bottles. The research was done by a team from Texas A&M. IBD is a complex collection of diseases that include ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. … Continue reading You’re Not Still Drinking From Plastic Water Bottles, Are You? If You Are, Reading This Is Urgent!
You might remember that in 2012, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration(FDA) banned the sale of baby products that contained bisphenol-A (BPA). The ruling was made in response to the countless amount of data that showed that BPA was an endocrine disruptor associated with an increased risk of cancer, infertility, and other serious health problems. This intense societal pressure forced many manufacturers to look for suitable alternatives to … Continue reading “BPA-Free” Products Are Not Necessarily Safer – What You Need To Know About These Supposed “Healthier” Alternatives