Yes, ramen noodles contain toxic MSG; but there are more unhealthy aspects of these popular prepared food products than you might realize.
BPA has been linked to hormone disruption and oxidative stress, but is still used in manufacturing. Now prenatal BPA levels have also been linked to asthma.
In a new study, researchers uncovered a link between BPA levels in pregnant mothers’ urine and obesity in girls up to age 7.
A recent study shows that many canned goods still have high levels of bisphenol-A (BPA), and consuming them can put our bodies at risk.
It will take some time, but if a new bill is signed into law, 64,000 chemicals that were previously unregulated will be reviewed by the EPA.
Research shows that chemicals DINP and DIDP, which are ‘safer’ chemicals used in place of carcinogenic DEHP, may be just as dangerous as DEHP itself.
A health-compromising chemical known as BPA is hiding in many packaged products. Check out this new report to see which brands you should be avoiding.
A new study from the National Cancer Institute predicts that we will be seeing more than 441,000 new cases of breast cancer in the US by 2030.
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).
Cleaning products may clean, but they work at the cost of chemical contamination. Here are 4 tips for cleaning without the health-compromising toxins.
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.
A new study from Europe shows how food packaging materials contain as many as 175 dangerous chemicals. Things are not looking much better in the U.S.
While everyone wants to count calories to lose weight, too many individuals overlook an important aspect to keeping fit and vital – toxic chemical overload.
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.