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BPA (bisphenol A) is a chemical that is added to many commercial products, including food containers and hygiene products.
BPA and its alternatives — BPS and BPF — may be found in many commonly used products often labeled with recycling codes 3, 7 or the letters “PC.”
Many BPA-free products have merely replaced BPA with bisphenol-S (BPS) or bisphenol-F (BPF). Even small concentrations of BPS and BPF may disrupt the function of your cells in a way similar to BPA. Thus, BPA-free bottles may not be an adequate solution (1Trusted Source).
Look at the recycle number on plastic containers and bottles around your kitchen and home in relation to the following chart.
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BPA is also found in retail store paper receipts. For health reasons wash your hands after touching them. Read more at https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/what-is-bpa#where-its-found
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Doreen A Agostino
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