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Supermarket POISON Making a Comeback

Dear Reader,

We’ve known for years that the plastic hardener bisphenol-A (BPA) is absolutely TOXIC in our bodies.

And everywhere you turn, it feels like you see bottles, cans, and other food packaging that is promising to be “BPA-Free.”

So we’re finally getting this stuff out of our lives, right?

Not exactly.

A new study proves that BPA is still absolutely EVERYWHERE… but manufacturers are just doing a better job of hiding it.

Here’s what you need to know to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

A brand new study from the State University of New York, has revealed that an insane 90 percent of water bottles still contain BPA.

And that BPA leeches into the water and enters our bodies.

It seemed like just about every water bottler had promised to get BPA out of their products.

Yeah, well, they lied.

And that’s not all. BPA is still in many food containers, soup cans, and baby bottles!

It’s even in the synthetic fibers found in our clothes.

This means that we’re in almost constant contact with BPA.

Decades of research has shown that BPA can seep into our food, beverages, and even our skin from all of these sources.

And it’s incredibly harmful.  

Exposure to BPA has been linked to damage to your brain and blood pressure and it has been shown to cause impotence and fertility issues, as well.

Additionally, BPA acts as estrogen within your body which negatively effects your sex drive and can cause mood imbalances and other unwanted side effects.

In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control found that 93 percent of the American population has measurable amounts of BPA in our bodies.

Luckily, it isn’t impossible to protect yourself and your loved ones from the dangers of BPA:

  • Skip bottled water and soda. Drink from glass or ceramic cups.
  • Always rinse canned food before eating. Experts recommend soaking fruits and veggies in water with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to further disinfect your produce.
  • Opt for electronic receipts instead of printed ones and, whenever possible, do not touch printed receipts. Believe it or not, the receipt ink has BPA that can be absorbed through your skin.

While it may seem impossible to avoid these everyday products, altogether, even a modest effort could spare you and your loved ones BPA’s harmful health effects.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health