What’s the value of a BPA Free label?

BPA Free.The newest buzz about “BPA free” is that it may not mean that the product that is saying it is necessarily safer than it was before. For one reason, the acetate that may have been used to replace BPA could even be more harmful than BPA!
There are some ways to avoid BPA which have been published at http://www.breastcancer.org/risk/factors/plastic that tell give you steps you can take to avoid the harm of BPA. One, however, is the “BPA Free” labelling may not be as helpful as one might beleive for the above reason. The other steps, however, are most helpful.


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