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US Food and Drug Administration announced that it intended to take reasonable steps to reduce level


Bisphenol Ad has been used for decades to reinforce plastics - in addition luti- and other plastic bottles in PVC water pipes, metal cans and toidusäilituskarpides interior surfaces, writes Reuters.
Recent experiments performed on laboratory animals have shown subtle effects of small amounts of BPA, but it is now planned to further investigate the effects of BPA in children, since they are exposed each to this substance through a baby bottle with already during the early stages of their development.
US Food and Drug Administration announced that it intended to take reasonable steps to reduce levels of BPA in food through their This will involve supporting enterprises that have decided to stop the production of baby bottles containing BPA.
Until BPA-related health risks of not more accurate data, recommended that parents limit their children's exposure to this substance, such as throwing away bottles and plastkruusid scratched off.
American Chemistry Council Representative Steven Hentges stressed that scientific studies have shown that BPA is a fast metabolism, and this substance is excreted from the body quickly, and it does not accumulate. "BPA is one of the most thoroughly tested chemicals in modern-trade," each he added.
* Breast milk is a source of nutrients for the child optiaalseks and, if possible, would be a good breast-feed for at least 12 months. * Do not be scratched feeding bottles and plastic mugs - they can easily accumulate bacteria, and may also end up in drinking from BPA, if the material it contains. * Temperature counts. Under normal circumstances gets BPA packages containing this chemical food or drink in very small quantities. Contact with hot or boiling food or drink, this amount may increase. * Dishwasher and microwave oven should only use these dishes, which are marked accordingly.
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