liveonearth (liveonearth) wrote,

BPA: that stuff that's in plastic, is it bad for you?

The chemical corporations will of course say no. But their money-making product may not be something that you want to be exposed to, much less feed it to your children.

This article shares some stories about the ways that big business has been trying to suppress research and communication about BPA in a variety of ways. And if you want more perspective on what BPA does in humans, here are his comments.

Seems like not long ago somebody was telling me that people take BPA (bisphenol A) as a supplement because it is an excellent antioxidant? Or was it some other chemical?
Tags: antioxidants, corporations, food, mercola, toxins

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