To avoid exposure to BPA, reduce the use of plastics and materials that may contain BPAs. Eating fewer canned foods and using cardboard or glass containers is one way to reduce exposure. it is best to avoid #7 or “BC” plastics. Plastics with the recycling labels #1, #2 and #4 on the bottom are safer choices and do not contain BPA. Use stainless steel water bottles without plastic lining. Avoid using old and scratched plastic bottles and avoid microwaving plastic containers.
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