Istället för tvärtom så kan vi nog förvänta oss mer produkter med Bisfenol A i framtiden.
Tittade lite snabbt på var Bifenol A (BPA) finns idag och fann följande produkter:
- Konservburkar (plastade på insidan)
- etc etc
Försök i största möjligaste mån att använda glas, porslin eller rostfria produkter av stål när du hanterar varm mat och varma drycker.
Vi vet redan att BPA stör hormonsystemet, att det ökar risken för prostatacancer och nu att det förvärrar migränattackerna.
Gör de rätta valen för dig och din familj.
Chemical commonly found in plastics makes migraines worse, researchers showNovember 12, 2013
Researchers at the University of Kansas Medical Center have shown that a compound frequently found in plastics, Bisphenol A (BPA), can worsen migraine headache-related symptoms. The findings suggest that migraine sufferers might be able to reduce the frequency and severity of their headaches by changing their diets.
Nancy Berman, Ph.D., a professor of anatomy and cell biology at KU Medical Center, is one of the country's leading experts on migraine. Building on her previous research showing a connection between migraines and the hormone estrogen, Berman developed a way to test potential headache drugs in laboratory rats. The discovery was significant because, while potential treatments are frequently tested first in animals, there had been no definitive test to determine whether a rat had a headache.
"Currently, migraine has no specific biomarker test, and analysis of symptoms is the only way to diagnose this disorder," Berman says. In conjunction with Kenneth E. McCarson, Ph.D., and the staff of the KU Medical Center's Rodent Behavior Facility, she discovered that rodents with headaches behave much the same as humans: they avoid light, sound, grooming, and routine movements. These studies open the door for testing new treatments for migraine, and for identifying factors that may worsen it.
BPA is considered an "environmental estrogen" because it mimics the hormone estrogen in the body. It is estimated that greater than 90 percent of the U.S. population has BPA in their bodies. The effect of BPA exposure on cancer has been widely studied, but little is known about the role of BPA in worsening migraine and other pain syndromes.
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