Thanks to dramatic headlines, scary news stories and the limitless amount of internet search engines provide, health panic can be contagious. While you don’t want to buy into hysterics, it’s never a bad thing to be cautiously aware of potential health concerns.
Since the 1960’s, Bisphenol A (BPA) has been a vital chemical used to make plastics and resins used in the production of many household items, such as:
While the research for the BPA concern is still developing, some studies have recorded that the chemical may pose a health threat to the human reproductive, digestive, respiratory and nervous systems.
What can you do?
Bonus: If you steer clear of BPA products, it could help strengthen your commitment to living a pure and healthy life by staying away from processed foods.