Oryginal in English

Codziennie znajdujemy kilkanaście linków na temat bisfenolu A [BPA]. Nie opisujemy wszystkiego, ale wybieramy tylko kilka najciekawszych tekstów. Poniżej prezentujemy ostatnio znalezione ciekawostki, wyciągamy zaledwie kilka cytatów, ale dla zainteresowanych tematem osób zamieszczamy odnośnik do całego artykułu.

3.10.2019

Chemical (spiritual) warfare

… BPA as a xenoestrogen A xenoestrogen is a xenohormone that mimics the actions of oestrogen… xenoestrogens are either natural or synthetic, like BPA and because they imitate the action of oestrogen, they can easily increase the amount of unopposed oestrogen in the body… he rate at which BPA leaches from the bottle into the water or food is directly proportional to the temperature of the water or food in the bottle or that of the bottle itself…

Source: www.guardian.ng

27.09.2019

Plastic, metal or glass: What’s the best material for a reusable water bottle?

… plastic bottles are advertised as free of the chemical bisphenol A (BPA), which was commonly used in plastics until studies linked it to hormonal disruptions in humans… if you do use a plastic water bottle, even if it’s labeled as BPA-free, Zoeller suggests hand washing it because the combination of heat and detergent, which acts as an abrasive, can score the plastic…

1.10.2019

Exposure to BPA in the womb linked to wheezing and poorer lung function in children

…  pregnant women exposed to higher levels of the commonly used chemical bisphenol A (BPA) are more likely to have children who suffer with wheezing and poorer lung function… the EU general court classified BPA among the list of ‚very high concern‚ chemicals…

18.09.2019

BPA Replacement Chemicals and Childhood Obesity

… bisphenol A (BPA) is a known endocrine disruptor… several studies that have examined the toxicity of BPA have found that this chemical can leach from containers into food and beverages… most common plasticizer substitutes include bisphenol F (BPF), bisphenol S (BPS) and bisphenol AF (BPAF), each of which can be incorporated into plastic products while still falling under the “BPA-free” umbrella…

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