Bisphenol S Shown To Disrupt Hormone Activity
” … A new study from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) shows that a widely used BPA substitute, bisphenol S (BPS), has the same negative effect as the original organic compound—blocking the cellular responses to the hormone estrogen… … If BPS is found to be harmful to humans, it could have a wide impact as the organic compound is used in everything from currency to receipt paper… ” Read Bisphenol S Shown To Disrupt Hormone Activity.
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Manufacturers Replace BPA with Still Highly Toxic BPS
” … BPS is actually not only within the same range of toxicity of BPA, but is slower to degrade, and therefore will be more likely to remain a persistent toxin and environmental pollutant. It has already been found to be present in the urine of 81% of those tested from the United States and seven Asian countries… … new concern is being raised by a study published this month in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives showing that BPS has estrogenic activity comparable to estradiol, the most potent and therefore concerning human estrogen… ”
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by Sayer Ji, Founder of GreenMedInfo, March 6th 2013.