The EU will look into 700 different chemicals to analyze their endocrine disrupting potential. The chemicals are sparking $209 billion in healthcare costs.
Unfortunately, many common kitchen items do not come without health concerns – even things as simple as cooking pans and bottled water.
Looking at the research and the opinions of top nutrition experts, here are the 5 foods that are making people fat (and most people do not even know).
Many self-care and home products are loaded with chemicals known as endocrine disruptors. Avoid these 5 toxins for you and your child’s health.
Did you know that more than 80,000 toxic chemicals are causing illness and disease, all while being approved and untested by independent scientific bodies?
You could be unknowingly doing things right now that are upping your chances of heart disease. Here are 4 little-known risks which could make a difference.
Research suggests that the presence of bisphenol-A, a toxin found in plastic drink and food containers, could be contributing to the obesity phenomena.
In a 2013 study, the unassuming goji berry showed promising results in protecting and potentially reversing BPA damage to male reproductive organs.
Experts in France are putting pressure on the European Union to define the list of growing toxic chemicals, endocrine disruptors, in foods and products.
Despite countless studies showing BPA dangers, the FDA has released a study that supposedly confirms the safety of BPA. Critics say the study is worthless.
A new paper indicates the synthetic chemicals in our food packages, such as BPA and known carcinogens, could be doing long-term damage to our health.
To be totally healthy, you should be savvy when it comes to toxic food AND household toxins. Here are 6 toxins to replace in your home.
Recent research out of Germany indicates there are more than 24,000 chemicals in bottled water. Many are causing serious hormone-disrupting effects.
Research shows that two common food packaging substancs – BPA and phthalates – are causing numerous health problems, including obesity and diabetes.
How do you avoid health-damaging bisphenol-a? Choosing BPA-free labels is an easy start, but here are 4 other ways to limit your BPA exposure.
New research from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) affirms that the majority of the BPA found within us is coming from the foods we eat.
The FDA has made a move to ban the plastic chemical bisphenol-a from baby formula packaging, possibly signaling for a future total ban on the chemical.