Research shows that two common food packaging substancs – BPA and phthalates – are causing numerous health problems, including obesity and diabetes.
New research from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) affirms what many experts have already been saying—that the majority of the BPA found within us is coming from the foods we eat.
Several years ago, the Food and Drug Administration banned the use of bisphenol-A (BPA) in baby bottles. Now they’ve taken the extra step in banning the plastic in baby formula packaging, possibly signaling the way for an eventual ban in all canned goods.
A woman’s well-being is often neglected due to hard-sticking myths about our health. Here are 5 toxic ‘medicines’ that can easily be replaced with more natural alternatives.
A known endocrine-disruptor, Bispehnol-A (BPA) has some nasty effects on the human body. One study published in PLoS One and released this week shows that the plastic chemical bisphenol-a (BPA) could be causing obesity in young girls.
Sparked by 70,000 different chemicals, foreign hormones called xenoestrogens are interfering with the natural estrogen in your body, causing numerous health complications.
BPA has been linked to numerous negative health effects in countless studies. The worst part? While the Food and Drug Administration considered banning the chemical in March of 2012, the ban was denied, and BPA continue to be ubiquitous. So what exactly does mean? It means the entire U.S. is still subjected to the chemical’s negative effects. Here are 7 nasty effects of BPA.