No Surprise: BPA is Safe

IWF_Logo2“Fed Wasted Millions on Activist-Spawned Media Frenzy About BPA Risks,” By Angela
After a decade or more of alarming headlines about the chemical Bisphenol A (BPA), you may be surprised to learn that it poses no significant health risks to humans, according to a recent European Union safety assessment. While such strong conclusions from a governmental agency may be politically surprising, the underlying science shouldn’t be. BPA is a chemical used to make hard-clear plastics and resins that line food containers such as soda cans or canned fruits and veggies. Humans have been exposed to trace levels of the chemical for decades without evidence of it ever producing ill effects on anyone other than lab rats exposed to massive amounts. Read more.

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