How to Lower BPA Exposure
BPA is an “endocrine disruptor” with a mounting list of potential, adverse health effects.
Here are simple steps you can take to lower your exposure to this concerning compound. Please note that a developing fetus (thus pregnant women) and young children are most vulnerable to its toxic effects.
- Limit consumption of canned foods and beverages. Look for “BPA-free” canned goods (becoming more available) or buy things in glass or other non-metal containers.
- Avoid plastics with recycle #7 or labeled with PC (polycarbonate).
- Do not microwave in plastic containers or use plastic wraps in the microwave.
- Avoid touching thermal paper cash register receipts. Opt to not receive your receipt or wash your hands after handling them.
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