How to Reduce Exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA)

How to Reduce Exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA)

How to Reduce Exposure to Bisphenol A (BPA)

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so today I want to touch on a chemical called Bice phenol a BPA it’s actually a chemical that is an endocrine disruptor and what does that mean means a chemical that mimics estrogen in the body and it has a cumulative effects it builds up over time it’s in plastic hands it’s in bottled water and sent baby bottles it’s all over the place it’s crazy I’m just kidding this was supposed to be a blooper okay and this is BPA free by the way here’s the thing it has a cumulative effect and I think our bodies can deal with a small amount but let’s say for example you’re gonna you’re gonna get pregnant okay or you’re you’re just had a baby and you’re breastfeeding you don’t want to be using these plastic containers that you’re you stick in the microwave and just pushing all this plastic out use more glass porcelain stainless steel when you cook and and it’s gonna be really hard to eliminate this completely but you just want to minimize the exposure to it as much as possible the other thing you can do to help the situation is consume cruciferous vegetables on a regular basis cruciferous vegetables have unique properties of dealing with endocrine disruptors they help to dismantle and remove some of these endocrine disruptors from the body so that would be something you can be proactive about now also this chemical can increase androgens as in polycystic ovarian syndrome as well so if you have PCOS you want to minimize the exposure to plastics especially there’s also an enzyme called aroma taste which will convert testosterone into estrogen so it makes more estrogen and this chemical can stimulate this enzyme so if you have more estrogen dominant symptoms this could be the reason why and this also creates the effect in men as you know breast tissue low sperm counts low testosterone that type of thing so the important point about this is that infants and children are more vulnerable so some of the important takeaway from this is that this chemical is accumulative in the body so instead of bond a lot of water in plastic you know get a filter in your house instead of buying cans of water you can get one of those machines and make your own carbonated water that’s flavored there are things that you can do use glass porcelain and stainless steel and also start consuming more cruciferous but if you have an infant in the house or you have small children or you are pregnant or your wife is pregnant I would highly recommend being very cautious about the exposure of plastic and cans and baby bottles and sippy cups and that type of thing alright thanks for watching hey guys real quick I have a new healthy keto eating plan for you just go to dr. Berg comm it’s right on the front page I put a link down below download it it’s free check it out

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about a chemical called Bisphenol A or BPA, a chemical that is an endocrine disruptor which means a chemical that mimics the estrogen in the body and has a cumulative effect that builds up over time. It can also increase Androgen.

Where can BPA be found?
• Plastics
• Cans
• Baby Bottles

Ways to Deal with BPA
• Avoid microwave plastics
• Use glass, porcelain, and stainless steel when cooking
• Consume cruciferous vegetables on a regular basis – it has unique properties of dealing with endocrine disruptors by removing it from the body.

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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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