[twitter]I think we’ve established the existence of BPA in baby bottles is a bad thing. Retailers have quickly scrambled to remove them from shelves after the Canadian Government took steps to label BPA a dangerous substance. So we’ve taken steps to save our kids. Now it’s time to have a look through the rest of our cupboards and see what’s doing damage to us.
After reading all the blog posts on the topic, a colleague emailed me this great BPA Plastic Safety Checklist.
It has everything broken down by manufacturer, product, and recycle number. It explains everything simply, and if you find anything on the list in red in your cupboards, you’ve got to get rid of it.
Actually, my colleague is done with plastic, and the microwave altogether. I might be heading that direction too.
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