Friday, 17 June 2011

Reduce use of plastic bottles

Nowadays more and more manufacturers and even consumers to use plastic bottles. Use of plastic that requires low cost, lightweight and easy to carry anywhere. But the implications of the significant use of plastic bottles can cause health risks.

According to a new study in September 2008 by the 'Journal of American Medical Associations' and the November 2008 report from the National Toxicology program (Department of Health and Human Services United States), plastic bottles with bisphenol A (BPA) can carry health risks, particularly more children's health. Use the rough as long exposure to hot environments, clean with strong cleaning agents or fill in a boiling water can cause and accelerate these chemicals pollute the water in the bottle.

BPA also has the same effect as hormone estrogen. Accumulation in the human body can affect brain growth, fertility system and other body functions.
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