We know that the active form of Bisphenol-A (BPA) binds to our steroid receptors, meaning it can affect estrogen, thyroid and testosterone function. A new University of Missouri study shows that the exposure to the controversial chemical BPA through diet has been underestimated by previous lab tests.
Read Exposure to BPA has been underestimated, new MU research says / Bye Bye estrogen, thyroid and testosterone, by Health Research Report, Medical Science not Medical Industry
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