It’s official: sperm counts have halved over the past 40 years. We know that BPA and other endocrine-disrupting plastics are linked to infertility in both men and women, so has this got anything to do with it? Are BPA plastics to blame for falling sperm counts?
Endocrine disruptors are linked with a growing number of health issues. They’re said to be found in everything from food and drink to beauty products. They imitate the effects of hormones such as estrogen and testosterone and disrupt the body’s natural balance. Unsurprisingly, endocrine disruptors are linked with a host of hormone-related health issues. Androgenetic alopecia, also known as pattern hair loss, is a hormone-related condition. So is there a link? Do endocrine disruptors cause hair loss?
It’s now well established that many plastic bottles leach chemicals into the drinks inside them. And the list of health issues associated with these chemicals grows every day. With so many hysterical headlines it can be hard to take the risks seriously. But in the case of obesity, the studies make for pretty compelling evidence. So, can plastic bottles really make you fat?
BPA free products are becoming more popular as consumers learn about the health dangers associated with BPA plastics. But research has shown these supposedly safe products may really be even worse for your health. The reason for this is that most BPA free products are not EA free. So what’s the difference?