Widespread concern about the harms of BPA exposure have arisen over the past decade, and since then there has been a rise in “BPA-free” plastics. But the chemical is not free from shelves. BPA continues to be found in polycarbonate plastics including some food/drink packaging, canned food lining, certain types of paper like fax paper and receipts, medical devices, even CD’s. Its no surprise that levels of BPA have been found in the urine of most humans studied, especially coming from from food packaging. But there are ways to reduce your exposure. In addition to buying BPA-free products, avoid plastics with the number “7” on the bottom. Don’t microwave or wash polycarbonate products with harsh detergents.
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