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BPA and Narrowed Arteries: New Study Links Plastics Chemical with Coronary Artery Stenosis

BPA in Plastic Containers

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  • A new study indicates bisphenol-A (BPA) – a chemical already found to be an endocrine disrupter linked to cancer and reproductive and fetal development problems – may also be contributing to narrowed arteries
  • People with higher urinary BPA levels were more likely to have severe narrowing of the arteries
  • Multiple other studies already exist showing a concerning association between BPA and heart disease, diabetes, decreased sperm quality, early puberty, premature mammary gland development, disrupted reproductive cycles and ovarian dysfunction, cancer, obesity and more
  • Avoiding all BPA-containing plastics and canned foods and beverages is essential to limiting your BPA exposure

By Dr. Mercola

A new study indicates bisphenol-A (BPA) – a chemical already found to be an endocrine disrupter linked to cancer and reproductive and fetal development problems – may be contributing to narrowed arteries.


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