Is It in You? BPA and Phthalates in Food Packaging: Reducing Dietary Exposure
A striking new peer-reviewed study in Environmental Health Perspectives found that eliminating canned and other prepackaged foods from a family’s diet over a three day period and replacing foods with fresh, organic meals, significantly reduced the levels of certain chemicals in the body. Concentrations of bisphenol A (BPA) in urine dropped by an average of 66% and levels of the phthalate DEHP decreased over 50%. This webinar will explore the findings of this study and equip health professionals with information on how to reduce environmental exposures to BPA and DEHP.
When: June 30, 2011 at 12PM EDT, 11AM, CDT, 9AM PDT