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BPA-Free Versions of Popular Foods

Bisphenol A is in seemingly everything these days, but recent evidence suggests that we should avoid it. Here's a list of BPA-free coconut milk, fish, pumpkin, and tomatoes.

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Cans without BPA linings and some surprising ones WITH BPA linings. If you don't think BPAs matter, look into it. They destroy the endocrine system (hormones get whacked out by these nasty plastics).

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Boycott Monsanto – A Simple List of Companies to Avoid. In light of the recent public anger over the Monsanto Protection Act, here’s a simple, printable list of companies that use Monsanto products. By avoiding products made by companies on this list, you can help ensure your money isn’t going to Monsanto and also watch out for the health of your family and yourself.

  • Ruth Mettler

    I'm sad that Morningstar is on here. And it's strange that Monsanto owns Pepsi and Coke.

  • Tori Hulse Beard

    Dang. There are several companies on tis list that I buy their products frequently. I have to say to the last comment...why should pepsi and coke be a surprise? They are billion dollar companies, that are also global. Why wouldn't monsanto put their fingers in?!

Local Sources There is a growing movement for buying local and supporting local farmers. Resources to find organic and locally grown foods can be found using the links on this site

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Why You Should Never Use Canned Tomatoes @ Healy Eats Real. Click Here: www.healyeatsreal... #tomatoes #bpa #cannedtomatoes

  • Vilma Vaccarezza

    Glass containers are much better, of course the best is to grow organic tomatoes in your vegetable garden, or even in pots.

  • Debbie Bloom

    Great information!

  • Vilma Vaccarezza

    Thank you kindly Debbie

  • Linda Krausert

    Thank you for the incredible information. I am passing it on.

  • Linda Mayo

    I am passing this information on. Glass jars would be great to get tomatoes in at store....organic of course. Thank you for the information.......

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