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BPA Safety Science Update

Bisphenol A (BPA) is an industrial chemical used to produce polycarbonate plastic (clear, rigid, shatter-proof plastic) and epoxy resins. It is found in plastic containers, food and beverage cans, cash register receipts, some dental sealants and composites, medical devices, and other metal and plastic products. Exposure occurs when BPA leaches

The Safest Food Packaging and Storage Options

Discussions of food safety often focus on temperatures that foods need to reach when cooked and how much time can elapse before foods are refrigerated. But there is another important aspect of food safety: the containers in which foods are packaged and stored.
Many plastic storage containers, as well as

BPA-Free Plastics Get Canned

If you see “BPA-free” displayed on the label of a water bottle you may assume the container is indeed made of BPA-free plastic. But, studies show the new BPA-free plastics are still potent endocrine disruptors. So how do you keep BPA and other plasticizer toxins out of your body?

Healthy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Healthy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Fall is here and tis the season for pumpkins – and pumpkin pie! Instead of buying a pre-made boxed pie or a using a pumpkin pie recipe that is loaded with sugar, corn syrup or preservatives, try our very tasty and healthy pumpkin pie recipe. And, share your favorite pumpkin

5 Alarming Sources of BPA Exposure

Do you know where the primary BPA exposure sources are lurking? Even the FDA has expressed concern about this chemical’s possible harmful effects. Knowing these 5 most common sources of Bisphenol A exposure will give you the tools necessary to protect your family.

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