Say it ain’t so. Even the compounds replacing plastic are shown to have adverse effects on children and teens. The alphabet soup of toxic chemicals found in plastic containers have been casting a dark shadow on peoples health. Most of us have heard of BPAs and how we need to look for BPA-free plastic but new research is showing that children and teenagers are registering elevated blood pressure and metabolic derangement when exposed to the plastic replacements. We interact with BPAs and other plastics in ways we don’t even realize. Limiting exposure to plastics labeled with 3,6, and 7 is a good start to reducing our toxic exposure. Minimizing your use of the microwave is another good tip to keeping the canvas clean of carcinogenic molecules. What’s your best tip to limit plastics in your life?
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