Is it too little too late? The Food and Drug Administration will now ban Bisphenol-A from baby bottles and sippy cups. However, manufacturers have recently phased BPA out of those products. In fact, the U.S. Chemical Council, which is the chemical industry’s main association, had requested this move, according to NBC, to help boost consumer confidence.
The ban of the controversial chemical does not go further than those kids’ products. And that mean BPA is probably still getting into your homes and bodies everyday. There is reason to be concerned. BPA is linked to everything from developmental problems to infertility.
To find out how you can help ban BPA from your home, watch my Do Your Part video here.