Toxic BPA levels increase by a shocking 1,200 percent after eating canned food

A Harvard study suggests that avoiding BPA packaging most of the time isn’t enough to avoid its toxic side effects. Even a daily bowl of canned soup is enough to spike your BPA levels by more than 1,200 percent. (more…)

Canned soups cause dramatic BPA surge

Soup is good food? Not if it comes from a can!

I’m sure you already know all about the preservatives, artificial flavors, and just plain low-quality ingredients that fill each can of soup. But believe it or not, that’s not even the worst of it.

Soup cans — as well as the cans of other foods — are lined with an estrogen-like chemical called bisphenol A (BPA) to help prevent rust and keep your canned goods from having too much of that metallic taste. (more…)