From Dr. David Eifrig, MD, MBA in Retirement Millionaire Daily:
We’re not as safe as we thought.
For years, I’ve warned my readers about the dangers of a chemical called bisphenol A or “BPA.” BPA is found in certain plastics, receipts, and newspapers.
Scientists have linked BPA to prostate and breast cancers, diabetes, and heart disease. Even low doses of BPA can wreak havoc on your hormones.
As more research showed the dangers of this chemical, I told subscribers to look for BPA-free materials.
Then in 2013, we heard that many BPA-free items still contain bisphenol S (“BPS”), which is probably just as dangerous. But the evidence wasn’t concrete.
Now it is.
A new study from the journal Endocrinology showed that BPS triggers the production of fat. In other words, BPS messes with our body’s hormones similarly to BPA.
An earlier study this year in the same journal also showed BPS speeding…