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BPA in canned foods, canned drinks and plastic bottles alter dopamine

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    BPA Lurks in Canned Soups and Drinks - NYTimes.com

    Wikipedia stated that Canada declared BPA a toxic substance in 2010 and European Unions declared a ban in baby bottles.

    The link above shows how BPA is even in our canned foods and can drinks. A 5 day study of a group who ate a veg. can soup everyday for 5 days and a group that ate veg. soup with fresh non canned ingredients for 5 days showed a 1200% increase in BPA levels in the group who ate the canned soup.

    Wow! That is evidence that BPA is toxic and the fact that the FDA allows it to be used says alot.
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