BPA/BPS

BPA Linked to Low Serotonin & Autism

A 2017 Study links bisphenol A (BPA), a xenoestrogen used in polycarbonate plastic, tin cans, dental sealants/fillings, medical equipment and cash register receipts, to autism and low serotonin. 

A Healthy Microbiome Diminishes the Negative Health Effects of Bisphenol A

Exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals, like bisphenol A (BPA), can cause a variety of health issues that a 2016 study believes can be alleviated by the use of probiotics found in fermented foods.

Activated Charcoal Removes 94% of BPA From Water

2017 study demonstrated the adsorptive removal of bisphenol A (BPA) from water supplies using activated carbon (charcoal) is 94%.

Curcumin in Turmeric Protects Your Brain Against BPA

A 2016 study shows that curcumin, which is naturally found in turmeric, protects against neurotoxic effects caused by exposure to the xenoestrogen bisphenol-A (BPA). 

Black Tea & Quercetin Effective Against BPA

PubMed study on the positive effects that both black tea and quercetin have on bisphenol A (BPA) induced cytoxicity (cellular death).

BPA in River Water

A Springer Link abstract on the biodegradability of BPA by bacteria isolated from river water.