In a move that should have happened many years ago, the FDA has finally banned BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups. Fortunately most major manufacturers stopped using the toxic plastic in their bottles, teethers, sippy cups and toys 3 years ago after Canada announced that they were considering pulling juvenile products that had BPA in them off of shelves.
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Just weeks after the Food and Drug Administration declared Biosphenol A safe in baby bottles, the US Government toxicologists have reiterated safety concerns about a chemical. A report issued Wednesday said there is “some concern” that bisphenol A can cause developmental problems in the brain and hormonal systems of infants and children. The conclusion from [...]
‘BPA free’ is hot right now because there have been so many reports about the dangers to infants and young children. An Australian company, Milk and Tickles, has created a BPA free bottle that has a bit of a twist – it changes colour! The bottle incorporates a special heat sensitive technology that reacts to [...]
We ave covered the issue of baby bottles with the disruptive chemical Biosphenol-A in them probably a million times. This issue has been something that most don’t believe is true. In fact, two members from the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association defended the use of these bottles during one of my posts stating, The scientific consensus [...]
*Updated – April 12th 2008* After my son was born I went through the impossible task of trying to find a bottle that he liked. We purchased 6 different kinds of bottles before he decided on the one he like the best. The big issue when choosing a bottle, besides compatibility for your newborn, is [...]