What you can do: Avoid recycled-paper food containers, canned goods, and polycarbonate bottles.
What you can do: What you can do: Complain to Coke, contact your legislators, and when not drinking water, opt for beverages in glass or stainless steel containers.
What you can do: Stick with filtered tap water, keep reusable bottles handy, and learn to decipher bottle labels.
What you can do: Reduce your exposure to BPA—stop drinking canned soda, avoid No. 7, water bottles, and choose fresh or frozen foods over canned versions.
What you can do: Keep Styrofoam away from your java; bring a reusable mug to avoid both the health risks and environmental problems with foam coffee cups.
What you can do: Switch to stainless steel if you have an old bottle, and limit exposure to BPA in other aluminum products, such as food and soda cans.
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What you can do: Reduce your plastic exposure by targeting food containers and beach trash.
What you can do: Check labels for four key nutrition parameters; make life simple by eating more unpackaged, whole foods.
What you can do: Until researchers can determine where the BPA is coming from, tell your legislators you want it banned from all food processing applications.