You’ve heard stories about a compound found in plastic called BPA. It’s been linked to all sorts of health issues. So What about BPA and Breast Cancer?
BPA is an environmental estrogen, which means it increases your chances of developing breast cancer, especially when you’re exposed to it for many years.
Over time, it adds up, and this is why we see so many women, and some men, battling breast cancer today. Couple this with other ways you’re being exposed to estrogen, such as through building supplies, soy products and meat and dairy that are made from animals that have been injected with hormones.
When your body is overloaded with estrogen, your chances of breast cancer — or cancer period — are increased ; the DES-exposed know it too well…
- Read So What About Plastics and Breast Cancer?
- DES studies on cancers and screening.