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BANGALORE, INDIA, May 07, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Those using plastic regularly in different forms should be aware of the related hazards.
A recent research done by a private clinic in Bengaluru using blood and urine samples from 1000 men and women revealed something shocking. Hairline International Clinic that initiated the research found traces of Bisphenol A or BPA in their blood samples. BPA is used in manufacture of plastic material such as plastic cups, reusable dishes and baby bottles. These are made from polycarbonate material. Heating polycarbonate releases BPA. This will leach into your food materials and might lead to health hazards. Thus, heating food in microwave will also lead to this problem.
Bisphenol is present in plastic bottles, tiffins, CDs, DVDs, and the small tickets issued at the counters. Plastic enters the human system through oral intake and cutaneous absorption. After entering the body it starts mimicking the function of estrogen hormone. This can cause heart diseases, hypothyroidism, and PCOS. It men it can lead to sexual dysfunction. Long term exposure to BPA opens you to the following health issues:
- Thyroid problems
- Hair fall
- Early puberty
- Hormonal imbalance
You will not be able to diagnose the early symptoms before the diseases hits you full-fledge.
Now armed with this dangerous knowledge ask yourself these questions:
Do your kids eat food from plastic boxes?
Do you drink from plastic bottles?
If the answer to this is yes, it is high time to say no to plastic. Are you ready to make this crucial change starting today?
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