BPA has been a regular player in consumer products for more than 40 years, and for at least ten of those years its safety has also been questioned. This week, yet another study has been published about exposure to and negative effects of BPA—this time in canned foods. It again reinforces the importance of choosing only BPA free bottles for your drinking water.
The study suggests that certain canned foods have higher concentrations of BPA than others. The researchers found that people who consumed one canned food item in the past day had about 24% higher concentrations of BPA in their urine compared with those who had not.
What these results mean remains to be seen, but it’s clear that opting for fresh, non-packaged foods will reduce your risk of exposure, and that holds true for water bottles too!
We have been selling BPA free bottles since we started our company. Product safety is of utmost importance to us, and we won’t compromise on that!
You can read our past article on why BPA free bottles are best and our statement on this issue in our FAQ.