What is BPA and Why is it Bad for You?
Just take a walk through kitchen stores, baby boutiques, any beauty aisles and you're sure to notice BPA-Free logos featured prominently on product packaging. We often reach for those products assuming...Read more
Stop Eating Toxic Chemicals!
Bisphenol A, BPA, hormone-disruptor, endocrine-disruptor, whatever term you want to use, they get a lot of negative press and for good reason - it's toxic. After all the negative media...Read more
How Hormone-Disruptors Creep into your Food and Ways to Avoid it.
BPA is toxic and banned in Canada and the US, right? Not exactly. BPA was only banned in the manufacturing of baby bottles. There is no restriction on its use in food containers. There is also no restriction on the use of BPS or BPF, which are the hormone-disrupting replacements often used to create "BPA-Free" products, which scientific studies show is no safer. Here's a simple illustration to show which household products contain BPA, how it leaches into your food and simple ways to dramatically reduce your exposure to it.Read more