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86 Percent of Teens Are Loaded With Gender-Bending Chemicals

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  • BPA is a chemical created in 1891 and not used in manufactured products until the 1950s when it was incorporated to produce resilient and transparent plastics
  • Data demonstrates blood and urine samples from children and adolescents contain toxic chemicals, including endocrine-disrupting BPA, which increase their risk of heart disease, obesity, asthma and reproductive problems
  • Endocrine-disrupting chemicals compete with natural hormones by mimicking, or partially mimicking, hormones to produce overstimulation, or interfere or block the way hormones are made or controlled
  • Independent studies demonstrate negative effects of BPA and other toxins in the body, but governmental agencies and manufacturers appear unwilling to protect your health; it is your responsibility to protect yourself from air, water and food contaminants

By Dr. Mercola

Bisphenol-A (BPA) was first created by a Russian chemist in 1891, but wasn't used in the manufacture of products until the 1950s when it was used to produce resilient and often transparent plastics. Today, BPA is found in countless personal care products, water bottles, cashier receipts and the lining of canned goods.


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