Eating fresh, local and organic might not be sufficient to avoid Bisphenol A (BPA) and Phthalates

Eating fresh, local and organic might not be sufficient to avoid Bisphenol A (BPA) and PhthalatesA team led by Sheela Sathyanarayana of University of Washington’s Seattle Children’s Research Institute performed a “dietary intervention” on two sets of five local families… …using urine tests to establish baseline BPA and phthalate levels for each group… “

The lesson is that you can try to reduce exposure, but there are unknown sources of phthalates that could be very large lurking in the food chain. “

These results add to a weight of evidence that should push the FDA to take action on the role of plastic conditioners in food processing and packaging. “

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  1. milandartanjan

     /  07/03/2013

    Reblogged this on The power of plants .
    Milan

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