Safe Alternatives Bisphenol | Bisphenol A Alternatives

Ceramic BPA free

Ceramic BPA free

BPA Plastic Alternatives

When looking for alternatives to plastic or non BPA containers, one must look at traditional materials that were used before the invention of plastic. The properties of plastic have made it a cheap alternative to traditional materials such as steel, wood and glass that were used to store food and drink. Traditional alternatives to plastic are more esthetically pleasing, durable, and BPA free. Any of the following BPA plastic alternatives are food-safe, BPA-free, PVC-free, phthalates-free. Choose plastic pthalates substitutes when storing food and drink. Green plastic alternatives will allow you to live a plastic free life with safe alternatives to Bisphenol A.

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BPA Free Toys

BPA Free Toys

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The top 2010 Christmas toys are safe, organic, lead-free and BPA free. Parents are starting to Google Christmas 2010 toys in search of a safe, fun toy for their child. Toys for Christmas 2010 will have a wide range of earth friendly, toxic free choices.

Young children are notorious for putting things in their mouths – especially toys. Because of this, it is important to buy BPA free toys for your child. Raising toxic free children is extremely important. Young children are still developing their organ systems and are especially sensitive to the effects of BPA Plastic.

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BPA Plastic: What is it, and how can you avoid it?

What is BPA?

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Bisphenol A (BPA) is an industrial chemical which is used to harden plastic. This controversial chemical has been linked to breast cancer and prostate cancer. Bisphenol A is found in many polycarbonate plastic food containers, bottles, mugs and in the lining of metal cans. BPA (labeled #7) can leach into the food and drink we ingest and heat can further accelerate this process. This toxic chemical mimics estrogen – a hormone that controls brain development, the reproductive system and fetus maturation.

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