Mom Questions Dr. Oz on BPA

“Dr. Oz Promotes False BPA Claims, Sarah Bowman.”
I’m a mom, so I watch Dr. Oz, like many mothers do. As a concerned consumer, I always want what’s best for my boys. When I saw Dr. Oz promoting a segment on Wednesday titled, “The Chemicals You’re Feeding to Your Kids,” of course I tuned in. Dr. Oz had an “expert” from the Environmental Working Group on his show. She cited a Harvard study where the test subjects ate one can of soup per day, which “increased their BPA output by 1,000 percent.” She also claimed that BPA was found in umbilical cords and that the chemical “leads to higher obesity, lower birth rate and lower test scores for children.” Read the full article on Yahoo! Voices.

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