Dangerous Chemicals in Baby Bottle

On Tuesday, the US government has reported that a chemical in some plastic food and drink packaging including baby bottles may be tied to early puberty and prostate and breast cancer. The chemical, also called BPA, is used in many baby bottles and the plastic lining of cans of infant formula.

The National Toxicology Program said laboratory rodents exposed to BPA levels similar to human exposures developed precancerous lesions in the prostate and mammary glands, among other things. (Full article..)

The Environmental activists long have warned about health concerns regarding the chemical. The National Toxicology Program said laboratory rodents exposed to BPA levels similar to human exposures developed precancerous lesions in the prostate and mammary glands, among other things.

These BPA stuff are harmful to your baby health. These are stuff that can also be found in pesticides, fungicides and many other products.

If you are concern of your baby’s health, please change your baby’s milk bottle! You can protect your baby’s health by purchasing BPA-free bottles. Another alternative is to use glass bottle. You can purchase these safe drinking bottles from the following sites:

U.S-based Sites:

Baby Bottle Green To Grow ( http://www.greentogrow.com/) – The baby bottles here are made from PES plastic, which gives them a natural golden color. They are free of the potentially harmful chemicals used in polycarbonate plastic (PC), from which most baby bottles are made. GreenToGrow baby bottles have also been independently tested in the U.S.A. and have been found to be free of lead-based paints.Green To Grow only ships to the U.S

Born Free™ (http://www.newbornfree.com) baby bottles are made from a safe honey-colored plastic called PES (Polymer) that is free of Bisphenol-A. Born Free™ also utilizes a proprietary venting system which helps reduce vacuum pressure, which helps eliminate gas and spit up. They also carry a range of BPA FREE bottles and Glass bottles.

Klean Kanteen (http://www.kleankanteen.com/) got a whole range of stainless steel bottles that are absolutely safe for you and your loved ones. They come in 12oz, 18oz, 27oz and 40oz.

Sippy CupSafe Sippy (http://www.thesafesippy.com) uses only plastics that are certified free of Bisphenol A, phthalates and DEHA. They have paid for extensive independent laboratory testing on our cups to make sure they are free of these chemicals. The Sippy Cup is really designed for kids. Check it out

Australia-Based Sites:

SIGG Nature’s Child (http://www.natureschild.com.au) sells safe drinking bottles – ranging from stainless steel bottles to glass bottles. They also carry SIGG. In case you are not aware, the SIGG bottle has acquired cult status as the brand leader for comprehensive, high-quality drinking systems for leisure and sports use. SIGG bottles are Made in Switzerland.

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