Why is plastic dangerous to your health & steps to reduce exposure

Studies show bisphenol A (BAP), which is manufactured & used in polycarbonate plastics, is linked to higher rates of hormone imbalance (endocrine disruptor), diabetes, heart disease & liver toxicity

Steps to REDUCE EXPOSURE to BPA/plastic/phthalates


  • vinyl floors (phthalates underneath) with hardwood floors
  • plastic water bottles with glass or stainless steel containers
  • plastic Tupperware with glass containers
  • plastic garbage cans with stainless steel or wicker
  • plastic utensils & cutting boards with bamboo
  • plastic water bottles/cups with glass
  • plastic hangers with solid pine from IKEA
  • Canned food with fresh food