Let me ask You a question?
- Do you drink water from plastic bottles?
- Do you have a habit of eating from plastic containers?
- Do you use in the kitchen those beautiful colorful plastic boxes?
Now carefully read:
No matter what you say mainstream media, plastic is really dangerous for your health.
Plastic contains many toxic compounds like additives, phthalates, vinyl chloride, colors and of course bisphenol A, which from day to day destroy your body.
What is bisphenol A?
Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical that is used for hardening of the plastic. BPA is added to plastics in large quantities. BPA is found in many items you use everyday, such as bottles for children, boxes for CDs and in packaging for food and beverages. The Bisphenol containing epoxy resin used as a protective coating in cans and cans. Very few people know to fulfill your teeth in dentistry also contain BPA. Bisphenol mimic human hormones and disrupting our endocrine system. For a long time it is assumed that BPA is responsible for the increase in the number of patients with breast cancer in the world. It is now confirmed bisphenol connection with hepatic impairment, obesity, diabetes, infertility and several types of cancer.
Impact on the health of bisphenol:
The risk for babies:
Bisphenol A is most harmful to the beginning of pregnancy. Pregnant women with the highest levels of bisphenol A in the body is twice as likely to be their baby suffer from difficulty in breathing due to lung damage, asthma, bronchitis, allergies or infections.
BPA may have a negative impact on sexual health. Studies confirm that BPA can cause infertility and polycystic ovary syndrome in women and erection problems in men.
The latest studies related to BPA is an association between these chemicals and heart disease.
Diabetes and obesity:
Bisphenol A is associated with diabetes and metabolic disorders. BPA reduces the body’s ability to effectively use insulin. Therefore, the pancreas tries to produce more insulin. High amounts of insulin in the blood reduces the body’s ability to use energy from fat cells.
Damage to the liver and intestine:
Bisphenol A can damage the liver and intestine. The gut is the first organ that encounters a bisphenol after it swallowed the plastic containers. Research has shown that even 10 times less than the quantity of bisphenol currently accepted as “harmless”, destroying walls and cause the so-called “leaky gut” syndrome – syndrome permeability of the colon wall. Through the damaged wall of intestinal bacteria and toxins, free to enter the bloodstream and spread by the whole body, causing damage to tissues and organs.
BPA – what next?
- Be careful and reduce the use of plastics in the household to a minimum.
- Especially, plastic has no place in your kitchen! Avoid plastic cups, spoons and plates.
- Cut out the kitchen plastic boxes for food storage. Replace plastic with glass, stainless steel and porcelain.