Are BPA Free Products Safe Episode 76

On this episode, I discuss current research on the health effects of eating and drinking out of BPA and BPA-Free products.

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BPA Free Food Containers

“BPA May Affect the Developing Brain by Disrupting Gene Regulation.” ScienceDaily, ScienceDaily, 25 Feb. 2013,
Science Daily Article

Environ Health Perspect 121:352–358
(2013). [Online 17 January 2013]
Blake, Mariah, et al. “Those BPA-Free Plastics You Thought Were Safe? Think Again.” Mother Jones, 24 June 2017,
“Repropedia.” Folliculogenesis | Repropedia,
CBS News. “FDA Bans BPA from Baby Bottles, Sippy Cups.” CBS News, CBS Interactive, 17 July 2012,
CBS News. “FDA Bans BPA from Baby Bottles, Sippy Cups.” CBS News, CBS Interactive, 17 July 2012,
  1. Bisphenol A Exposure Causes Meiotic Aneuploidy in the Female Mouse

    Hunt, Patricia A. et al.
    Current Biology , Volume 13 , Issue 7 , 546 – 553

    BPA Mice Study

“BPA and BPS (Substitute for BPA) Affect Embryonic Brain Development in Zebrafish: Low Levels of Chemicals Linked to Hyperactivity.” ScienceDaily, ScienceDaily, 12 Jan. 2015,
Landing, The Soft. “Plastic Drinking Straws (and 6 Better Alternatives).” The Soft Landing®, 15 June 2018,
Gibson, Kate. “Why Won’t McDonald’s Ban Plastic Straws in the U.S.?” CBS News, CBS Interactive, 24 May 2018,
Houck, Brenna. “Why the World Is Hating on Plastic Straws Right Now.” Eater, Eater, 12 July 2018,
Hinterthuer, Adam. “Just How Harmful Are Bisphenol A Plastics?” Scientific American, 1 Sept. 2008,
Bilbrey, Jenna. “BPA-Free Plastic Containers May Be Just as Hazardous.” Scientific American, 11 Aug. 2014,

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