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By now, you’re undoubtedly aware of BPA, or bisphenol A, and its ubiquitous presence in can liners, plastics, and even receipts. I wrote about its status as a xenoestrogen with the ability to interact with hormonal receptors in animal bodies, as well as its potentially deleterious effects on humans ...
Jaime Gilliam
Jaime Gilliam • 2 years ago

Are Your Canned Foods Safe to Eat?: A BPA-Free Buying Guide #primal

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