BPA Blood Levels Spike by 1,200 Percent After Eating Canned Foods


New research from Harvard University has found that eating canned soup can spike your urinary bisphenol A (BPA) levels by 1,200 percent compared to fresh soup. Described as “one of the first to quantify BPA levels in humans after ingestion of canned foods,” the study examines the volume in which cancer-causing BPA contaminates canned goods across the world.

Activist Post: BPA Blood Levels Spike by 1,200 Percent After Eating Canned Foods.

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