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After doing some research, there is no doubt that BPA is in my system. I have consumed many a plastic bottle of water, and when I was at the end of a container of honey, I admit I used to microwave it to loosen it up. I’ve put plastic wrap over my food and microwaved it. What was I thinking? The list of my past BPA life goes on. So, I’m thinking, will this be with me forever? Am I doomed? I was happy to learn that the effects of BPA can be reversible. Obviously, the first thing we need to do is to avoid BPA products all together.
Although BPA damages the body and can disrupt proper biological function, natural substances have actually been found to reverse this damage. With recent major studies finding that probiotic supplementation can degrade the presence of BPA, the good news is that BPA can be eliminated from our systems.
There are 13 substances that are effective at combating BPA on multiple levels, from the initial biological response to diminishing its presence in your system. The complete 13 substances and nutrients are:
- Bifidobacterium 3
- Bifidobacterium Breve
- Lactobacillus casei
- Melatonin (also used as a sleeping aid)
- Bacillus pumilus
- Black Tea
- Fermented Foods and Beverages
- Royal Jelly
- Folic Acid
Using these 13 key substances in fighting BPA exposure is essential to achieving optimum health and ridding this extremely toxic chemical from your body. Instead of using plastic water bottles, it’s a good idea to filter your water into glass or stainless steel containers. Avoid using plastic containers and cooking ware, choose ceramic kitchen tools for longer life and 100% reduced exposure.
If you are working in a position that requires constant handling of currency, plastic items, or even ink-based items, wear gloves. BPA enters the bloodstream through the skin, if it is not in contact, then you will not absorb it. Following these tips and utilizing the 13 key BPA solution substances in your daily life will result in better overall biological function and mental clarity.
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