Study: BPA Unlikely Endocrine Disrupter

“Bisphenol A Exposure in Humans May Be Too Low to Cause Problems by Mimicking Estrogen,” by Science Daily.
Feb. 15, 2013 — A controversial component of plastic bottles and canned food linings that have helped make the world’s food supply safer has recently come under attack: bisphenol A. Widely known as BPA, it has the potential to mimic the sex hormone estrogen if blood and tissue levels are high enough. Now, an analysis of almost 150 BPA exposure studies shows that in the general population, people’s exposure may be many times too low for BPA to effectively mimic estrogen in the human body. Read the full story on Science Daily.

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