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May 03, 2008

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toxouts

Here is another summary about the effects of BPA based on the citations in PubMed and similar databases

http://www.sailhome.org/Concerns/BodyBurden/Burdens/Bisphenol-A.html

Bruce

Hi
Can you please tell me how long this BPA stays in your system?
does it stay thier forever, disapate over time?

Ajlouny

I wonder what hundreds of other products contain BPA and phthalates? Most food containers have BPA or phthalates (ketchup, mayo etc) In many ways, it seems almost impossible to live without some exposure to these plastics. I feel almost like I would need to live in a plastic bubble....errr glass bubble... to prevent exposure to toxins and plastics. It is an impossible battle.

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