A new University of Missouri study has revealed that exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA) through diet has been underestimated, and indicates that the controversial chemical accumulates more rapidly within the body than previously thought.
A new study shows you can halve the BPA in your body in three days by changing your diet. Skeptical? Find out more about the study and one family's experience in it here.
A U.S. researcher has noticed an unusual disparity between Americans and Canadians. For reasons not yet known to scientists, a new survey has found that Americans have double the amount of BPA, or bisphenol A, in their bodies than our northern neighbors.
Going green is all about starting to make little changes that can make a big impact.
The holiday season is a perfect way to do just that. You can give green gifts, request them or buy a little something for yourself.
We have a few suggestions that we'll share during the season.
For instance: Takeya USA is a new company that focuses on Japanese inspired fashionable and healthy beverage makers and containers. Among its products are water bottles. Both portable and stylish, the bottles are made of glass and free from toxic chemicals (BPA free!), keeping your water fresh and without a plastic or metal taste.