Obesogenic pollutants are everywhere….
They interfere with normal growth and brain development.
Phthalates may increase allergies and change how male reproductive organs develop. BPA may cause behavior problems in children and has been linked to asthma, obesity, and diabetes.

DOH tips on lowering exposure:
• Do not microwave foods or drinks in plastic.
• Look for beauty and skin care products that are phthalate or fragrance free.
• Use less canned and processed foods. Buy fresh fruits and vegetables when possible.
• Store food and drinks in non-plastic containers, such as glass, stainless steel, or ceramic.
• When possible, purchase items that are labeled BPA and phthalate-free. ontainers, such as water and baby bottles, which are more likely to contain BPA.
• Avoid buying vinyl products.
• When possible, purchase items that are labeled BPA and phthalate free.
• Avoid the plastics marked 3 (PVC or vinyl), 6 (polystyrene foam), or 7 (can
contain BPA). Choose safer plastics marked 1, 2, 4, 5.

Here is the informational guide by DOH:
https://www.doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/documents/Pubs/210-090E_BPAandPhthalates.pdf


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