You know about the dangers of Bisphenol A (BPA), and hopefully Bisphenol S (BPS), but did you know that there are at least 8 toxic bisphenols in our food supply, with 75% of food samples from the US tested showing significant levels of these ubiquitous poisons?
A new study published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology has raised some disturbing possibilities regarding the dangers of a common preservative found in thousands of consumer products on the market today.
Laundry detergents are the number 1 cause of childhood poisonings. There is a better way. Soap Nuts, an all natural, organic laundry soap you can eat.
We all want a tan, and continuously are looking for a great product to theoretically protect our skin. People slather it on, spraying it, all over the neck, chest, and back. Who would have thought that putting it on could create a fire on the body? What??
Breaking new research indicates that manufacturers throughout the world who were using the toxic hormone-disrupting chemical bisphenol A (BPA), may have simply switched to an equally toxic analogue in the same bisphenol chemical class known as bisphenol S (BPS), to evade regulatory oversight and trick consumers with their misleading "BPA-FREE!" labels....
We are now increasingly being exposed to an emerging class of “metalloestrogens” in our food, supplements and environment with the potential to add to the estrogenic burden of the human breast.
Medical errors kill enough people to fill four jumbo jets a week. Here are 7 Tips on Surviving Medical Industrial Complex.
Research shows that prenatal exposure to parabens can cause long-term problems to the growing baby. We now know that parabens cross the human placenta. The good news is that there are ways to protect your developing baby.
Traditional toxicology relies on archaic methods that focus on the short term while ignoring the long term effects of repeated small doses over time.
Just when you thought it was safe to buy "BPA-free" products, manufacturers flood the marketplace with an alphabet soup of toxic bisphenols.
BPA-lined Containers Hike Blood Pressure - Immediately A recent study finds drinking from BPA-lined containers can immediately raise ones blood pressure. Did you notice the word 'immediately'?
Have you ever wondered why some infants seem to be naturally heavier than others, even though they may not necessarily be eating more? New research is confirming this may have something to do with their exposure to certain pollutants in the womb.
According to a newly published analysis, an international security prerogative of population control is behind many of the seeming dire developments of the post-Modern age such as GMO food production systems, the ever-expanding vaccination agenda, and unregulated exposure to endocrine disrupters.
New research from New York State University has confirmed a link exists between Bisphenol A (BPA) and obesity. But there are a few caveats that reveal an even bigger link exposed in other research: The combination of sugary sodas in canned and plastic containers.