|08-31-2012, 04:25 PM||#1|
BPA substitutes may be just as bad as BPA
A paper came out about a year ago, but doesn't seem to have gotten much attention. It says that products labeled BPA-Free may have just as much (or more) estrogen-like chemicals in them as products using BPA.
This is a very basic intro to endocrine disruptors like BPA
http://www.wodmasters.com/2012/08/an...endocrine.htmlYOU MUST ANNOTATE ALL LINKS AS TO WHETHER WORK AND FAMILY SAFE
The original research article can be seen at:
http://ehp03.niehs.nih.gov/article/f...%2Fehp.1003220YOU MUST ANNOTATE ALL LINKS AS TO WHETHER WORK AND FAMILY SAFE
Until Estrogen-Free products become available you might want to try using glass. Duct-Tape makes a good safety cover.
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