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Step 6: Get rid of plastic storage containers for meals

Plastic storage containers sometimes erroneously and generically called Tupperware ( that’s a brand!) – are they Good? Bad? or plain Ugly?

UGLY! No euphemism or gentle way to say this – STOP USING THEM! 310 more words

Bisphenol A

What’s Inside Industrial Epoxy? BPA and Somethin’ Garlicky

EPOXIES DATE BACK to the 1930s, when a Swiss researcher was experimenting with materials to use in making dentures. Since then, these versatile compounds have served as adhesives, coatings, and structural resins in everything from surfboards to airplane frames—wherever toughness and durability really matter. 415 more words

MEDICINE

Minimal risk of BPA leaching into canned food sold in Singapore: CASE

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: A test of 30 different canned food products sold in Singapore found that all were within the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore’s (AVA) safety limit for bisphenol-A (BPA), said the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) on Monday (Aug 22). 254 more words

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Step 5: Say NO to Bottled water!

This is a difficult switch for most people as we have all been so brainwashed that bottled/mineral water is better for us than any other water that if you mention that you drink tap water, people goggle at you as though you just said you are a cannibal! 329 more words

Bisphenol A

Prenatal exposure to plastic chemicals may develop depression in boys

Baby boys exposed to a common chemical used in plastics before delivery are more likely to develop symptoms of anxiety and depression at the age of 10-12, a new study has revealed.  98 more words

Boys exposed prenatally to a common chemical used in plastics are linked to anxiety and depression

Boys exposed prenatally to a common chemical used in plastics may be more likely to develop symptoms of anxiety and depression at age 10-12. The new study by researchers at the Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health (CCCEH) within the Mailman School of Public Health examined early life exposure to the chemical Bisphenol A (BPA). 348 more words

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