Fast Food Identified as a Significant Source of Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals

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  • People who got at least 35 percent of their calories from fast food in a 24-hour period had nearly 24 percent higher levels of DEHP and 39 percent higher DiNP in their urine than those who had not consumed any fast food

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