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California Wants Labels Warning of BPA in Foods.
The state of California recently admitted what many consumers and health and nutrition experts have been speculating for years: Canned food chemical bisphenol A (BPA) is toxic and may cause health problems. After officially adding the chemical to its Prop 65 list—a list of substances that are known carcinogens or endocrine-disruptors—the state will now require warning labels to be posted on products that contain high levels of BPA sold in California.
“This decision is a step in the right direction,” says SHAPE Diet Doctor Mike Roussell, Ph.D., author of The Six Pillars of Nutrition. “I think this is good validation that these endocrine-disrupting chemicals have real effects on our bodies. I hope this will be the first of several similar decisions.”
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