Is BPA-free safe? More importantly, do most plastic goods that state they do not contain BPA disrupt our hormones? Scientists say most do, and most BPA-free plastics still disrupt hormones and many contain another type of bisphenol. Find out why and how to reduce our hormone disruption.
Tagged: Bisphenol-A (BPA)
Medical research has confirmed that exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA) through mothers’ breast milk is widespread. BPA is a well-known hormone disruptor.
Research has confirmed other research findings that Bisphenol A (BPA) – found among various plastics and resins in consumer goods – increases the risk of diabetes.
Years ago scientists discovered that stress responses can be passed down over several generations within our genetic information – in a science termed epigenetics. New evidence is revealing that toxic exposures can also affect our grandchildren and their children. Toxin effects can also...
Research finds that Bisphenol-A (BPA) increases risk of genital birth defects among male children.