The way you prepare and store foods can impact their influence on your overall health. Find out which healthy cooking equipment you should stock up on—and which harmful tools shouldn’t be in your kitchen.
In previous articles, I wrote about the dangers of BPA and BPA-free plastic alternatives. Explore recent evidence on BPA and other plastics, and why you should be diligent about avoiding exposure to these ubiquitous chemicals.
Industrialized society has exposed us to thousands of toxins. But there are steps you can take to protect yourself. Read on to learn how.
A new study shows that using hand sanitizer (and other skin products) before handling receipts increases BPA absorption by as much as 185 times.
The $375 billion plastics industry is not particularly thrilled about this new evidence suggesting even BPA-free plastics are potentially harmful.
A new study reveals that even BPA-free plastic food containers release chemicals with significant estrogenic activity and potentially cause serious health problems.
Coconut milk is often a staple food for those following a Paleo diet. But here are 3 reasons coconut milk may not be your friend.
Recent research suggests that BPA, a chemical found in plastic water bottles, triggers the formation of fat cells and causes obesity in mice.