#BPA affecting Glucose Metabolism; Bisphenol A may lead to Diabetes, new Research finds

Heightened BPA Exposure Linked to Diabetes

BPA may lead or contribute to type 2 diabetes.

A new research examined 3,516 people using the National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey of 2003-2008  and compared the urinary BPA levels with fasting glucose levels to determine if there was a relationship between higher BPA concentration in the body and a prediabetic condition. It has confirmed other research finding that Bisphenol A (BPA) may lead or contribute to type 2 diabetes.

Read Heightened BPA Exposure Linked to Diabetes
by Case Adams, Naturopath, May 11th 2013

Sources: Relationship between urinary bisphenol A levels and prediabetes among subjects free of diabetes, NCBI

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  1. pennipete

     /  12/05/2013

    Reblogged this on pennipete.
    Penni

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  2. Ashley Feinblatt

     /  04/06/2013

    Dank für Ihre Sharing.

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