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    1. Do you mean BPA? I usually recommend avoiding plastic even if it’s bpa-free because if it’s bpa-free it still has other harmful chemicals in it. It’s better to use glass or stainless steel.

  1. Great tips! Bringing a resusable water bottle is so handy, I love mine, must try to cut out more plastics

  2. oh my goodness, I had no idea about this 🙁 thank you so much for sharing this knowledge. at least it can limit the exposure

  3. This was such interesting advice, I learned so much from your information here! Plastic is a real issue indeed, we are trying to cut back on our plastic too.

  4. I couldn’t agree more. These plastic wares and cosmetics contribute and might be costly for our health. This is a good awareness to be shared for everyone’s knowledge.

    1. Please consider changing your clothes and bedding to organic materials. Polyester and Acrylic are toxic and eventually cause cancer. I’ve had a terrible allergy to polyester because of contact dermatitis. Clothes are being made from plastic waste and we are wearing them!

  5. Thank you for these tips. Our food container is made of plastic. We also have a few water containers made of plastic. I must change them then. Again, thank you.

  6. Yikes! I had no idea that these common items or habits might be bad for us. I really have to make some big changes to keep my family healthy.

  7. These are great suggestions. I love finding new ways to keep healthy. I am going to try some of these for sure.

    1. Thanks! It’s definitely good for anyone to avoid these toxins, not just people with thyroid issues.