Toxic BPA Levels Increase by 1,221 Percent After Eating Canned Soup

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Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health have found that eating canned soup can cause toxic levels of the chemical BPA (Bisphenol A) in the body.  In the study, 75 volunteers ate 12 ounces of soup each day for five days.  Researchers found that eating canned soup on a daily basis raised urinary BPA levels by a whopping 1,221 percent! What is BPA and Where Does It Come From? BPA is a toxic compound in plastics.  It is in plastic containers, food and drink…

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