A new report by Mind the Store Campaign found BPA in the majority of canned foods analyzed; the bad news is that BPA-free alternatives may be no safer.
New research done by UCLA demonstrates that BPA and BPS not only mimic estrogen but also disrupt thyroid hormones too (and at very low levels)!
Learn to navigate the world of safer vs toxic plastic with a comprehensive roadmap and you’ll be on your way to replacing endocrine disrupting compounds that mimic or block hormones in no time!
Decorating the nursery is a special and important part of welcoming a new addition to your family. However, so many household products are filled with toxins that it’s difficult to find a way to make your baby’s space free from dangerous fibers and chemicals. Here are a few tips to help you!
We’ve heard a lot about BPS substitution for BPA in cans, dishes and kitchen appliances so we got busy digging to get answers about where it’s hiding.
As you know, Bisphenol-A (BPA) can migrate from the epoxy coatings of aluminum cans right into the food, especially in hot-filled or heat-processed foods. So I was intrigued to learn that testing done by the Canadian Food… [Continue Reading]
Carla Bartolucci founded Bionaturae 18 years ago with her Italian husband. She has two children and worries about toxic chemicals just like we do. She’s been feeding her own family organic foods for many, many years… [Continue Reading]