It’s not BPA and it’s not phthalates, so if you’re about to stop reading this, don’t. Please, continue and learn something new. You knew about Bisphenol-A and Phthalates, but you didn’t know much about the chemical coming from teflon pans when you cook with them. Do you still use them daily? How about multiple times a day?
Purify your water, ladies check your makeup/cosmetics for phthalates, and then get healthy cookware for your kitchen. Even just one or two pots/pans you’ll use regularly instead of the poison-emiting ones you still have in the kitchen. Get rid of the synthetic compounds floating around in your blood, day in and day out. Get rid of the canned foods, for the most part, because they’ll most likely all contain high amounts of BPA, not to mention heavy metal toxins. Yes, you probably already knew about Bisphenol-A (BPA) and Phthalates, but who knew about …
Perfluorooctanoic acid?! 98% of Americans’ bodies are polluted with some!
Straight from the Report on Natural News:
“Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) is a long-chain chemical, which, like all obesogens, does not occur naturally in the environment. PFOA is commonly found in non-stick cookware made from Teflon and is shown to be present in the blood of 98 percent of the United States population. The negative effects of PFOA on human health are well-documented. According to a study featured in Environmental Health Perspectives, exposure to higher levels of PFOA is linked to thyroid disease among American adults. Other studies have also associated higher PFOA exposure with chronic kidney disease and various cancers. Though studies into PFOA’s association with obesity in humans is limited, animal studies suggest that PFOA does deserve its classification as an obesogen. For example, a 2009 study showed that high PFOA doses “significantly increased” brown adipose tissue weight in mice.” Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/048398_Bisphenol_A_phthalates_perfluorooctanoic_acid.html#ixzz3Q2mMGble