Bisphenol-A #BPA found in Breast Milk, South Korean Researchers confirm, by @GreenMedInfo

Infant BPA Exposure from Breast Milk Now Widespread

Real exposure level of infants or children to BPA is expected to be heavier than those of adults

South Korean researchers have confirmed that a majority of infants are now being exposed to Bisphenol-A – a well-known endocrine disruptor – through their breast milk. Although current exposure levels of BPA are “safe” , they suggest continuous biomonitoring of them to clarify their unclear health risk on neonates and pregnant or gestation mothers.

Read Infant BPA Exposure from Breast Milk Now Widespread
by Case Adams, Naturopath, GreenMedInfo, June 17th 2013

Sources: Association between Endocrine Disrupting Phenols in Colostrums and Maternal and Infant Health, NCBI

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