Smorgasbord Health Column – Health in the News – The hormone mimic in plastic and inside food cans.

This is a good informative article and very worrying .. Something is always done too late when people are proven to be dying from the effects of chemicals and I think it is a great idea that we speak by our actions and buy liquids in glass bottles where we can …

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Plastic water bottles, food containers and the insides of many of our canned goods, have been in the news for a long time. Since the 1960’s when we moved away from glass for containers we have been ingesting leached substances from the new and modern alternative. Plastic was heralded as the clean, disposable and convenient way to package and store our food. Most of us are likely to come out of the supermarket with at least bottled water sold to us in handy packs of 6, 12 or 24. Plenty for all the family.

This latest study, although not huge does raise a very interesting issue. Whilst we may have had limited exposure to plastics as children in the 50s and 60s, the generations born in the 80s have certainly borne the brunt of the plastic epidemic. Milk, juices, fruit cordials, tomato sause all came in glass containers and I…

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5 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health Column – Health in the News – The hormone mimic in plastic and inside food cans.

  1. Doctor Jonathan

    Creating public awareness about this topic is very important. Hopefully, consumers will consider trading some conveniences (like plastic storage containers) for better healthier choices that significantly impacts one’s quality of life.

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  2. Sue Dreamwalker

    An important topic Carol that all of us should be aware of..
    I recently swapped tea bags for lose tea, as I discovered plastic is in the teabags, ( Glue ) I used to compost them.. But through research discovered that it is ending up in the soil.
    We have to each of us look at our consumer habits and look to adjust where ever possible.

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