Toxic Forever Chemicals and BPA From Plastics
Are Driving Population Collapse
What Are the Risks of Ingesting These Chemicals? PFAS and BPA can
have adverse effects on human health. BPA has a similar structure to a
form of estradiol, a form of estrogen.
Researchers have found that BPA can seep into food or
drink from containers made with BPA. Over 90 percent of
people in the United States have some measurable BPA
level in their urine.
BPA IS NOW LINKED TO THE MALE
BPA may also be harmful to the
brain and prostate glands in
fetuses, babies, and children.
Because it is an endocrine
disruptor, BPA can affect
neurological development and
impair its growth.
How to Limit Exposure to These Harmful Chemicals ? While it is
impossible to avoid exposure to PFAS and BPA in everyday life, one can
take measures to limit them.
These include: Dry sauna bathing - induces
sweating, which can help the body excrete
BPA, phthalates, and other harmful
chemicals. Metabolic Clearing Protocols,
Exercise, Niacin, Binders & Humic Acid.
Avoiding placing plastic containers in the
microwave or dishwasher because heat can
break them down over time, which may allow
BPA to spread into one's food or drink.
Using glass, stainless steel, or porcelain alternatives that do not
contain PFAS or BPA may help in reducing overall BPA Toxic
When buying plastic products,
looking for items labeled "BPA-
free" or similar.
Being Mindful of other sources of
BPA like: Toys, Disposable
Utensils, Straws, Cookware, Non-
Stick Pans, etc.
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