Unfortunately, the major way for bisphenol-A (BPA) to get into your body is through diet. From the ways we cook to the foods we choose, we are exposed to small amounts of BPA every day. The problem is that high levels of BPA exposure has been implicated in a host of health issues, from higher rates of heart disease to diabetes and infertility in men.
If this doesn't sound like much fun to you, follow these steps to reduce the amount of BPA you're exposed to each day.
Feb 12, 2013