A New Lancet study shows BPA levels, a chemical used in many plastic products such as food and drink containers, are much higher than previously thought. BPA interferes with hormones, and in unborn babies has been connected to metabolism, behaviour, cancer growth and other problems.
The message is always the same. It should be a priority to live as chemical free as possible. There is no question that the proliferation of toxic chemicals to which we are exposed is at least partly responsible for the increase in myriad diseases such as cancer, autism, Parkinson’s. The adverse effects are often not detected until long after the chemicals have been introduced.