5 Things to Remove From Your House

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BPA

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a plastic hardening compound that has been banned in baby bottles.

The worst-case scenario is that we discover one day that many more of our existing diseases, such as infertility and cancer, are caused by bisphenol A and only manifest after long-term exposure.

Pesticides

According to studies, those who eat a non-organic plant-based or Mediterranean diet are three times more likely to be exposed to harmful pesticides.

Many of the synthetic pesticides found in this study's food and urine samples are known or suspected endocrine disruptors.

Lead

Although lead is no longer permitted in food, fuel, or paint, lead-based paint in older homes poses a risk.

High blood pressure, headaches, dizziness, impaired motor skills, lethargy, and memory loss can all occur in adults who have been exposed to lead paint. Adults can be harmed by even low levels of lead paint exposure.

Phthalates

Phthalates are a class of chemicals found in everything from cosmetics to household cleaners that have been connected to a slew of frightening health problems

The truth is that you can't tell if a food contains phthalates — you can guess, but it's nearly impossible to know.

Flame Retardants

Flame retardants can be found in a wide range of products, including bedding & mattresses, electronics, baby products, and food packaging.

Flame retardants appear to be a health risk and may cause more harm than good in the event of a fire.

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