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BPA In Soda - Health Risk Kids

Updated on September 23, 2012

How Much Is Too Much?

Bisphenol A

Bisphenol A (better known as BPA)

Is a type of polycarbonate plastic that is used industrially.
More recently in baby bottles, sippy cups and now researchers are horrified with new studies linking BPA not only to obesity, but to unusually high contents in S-O-D-A

After a Recent ban on all products being made & sold that use/contain BPA, the food and drug administration said in response to an september 19 2012 article released by JAMA or the Journal of the American Medical Association that indeed the increased levels of BPA in soft drinks can lead to rapid weight loss and other dangers.

Especially for men because of the estrogen like nature of Bisphenol A.

Soft drinks pose a great health risk, and the addition of BPA especially in large numbers is incredibly dangerous for young children and males.


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