BPA is a toxic chemical used in the lining of most food cans. Bisphenol-A is a synthetic estrogen like DES, linked to breast cancer, reproductive problems, obesity, ADHD, immune system harm and other serious health issues.
You can easily reduce your BPA exposure by avoiding consumption of canned foods that are acidic, salty or fatty, because BPA is more likely to leach from can linings into these kinds of foods.
Read How to reduce BPA levels by 60 percent in 3 days,
by breastcancerfund, March 29, 2011.