How to Keep BPA off Your Thanksgiving Menu

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A typical Thanksgiving dinner that's made with canned fruits and veggies may contain a heaping helping of BPA.

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate family and enjoy wholesome, homemade foods together. But if your Thanksgiving shopping lists includes canned foods such as pumpkin, green beans, broth, or corn, you could be getting a side of the harmful chemical BPA. Here, Jenn Savedge and Mother Nature Network share the results of a new study from the Breast Cancer Fund about BPA in canned Thanksgiving food. The bottom line: avoid canned foods, until the U.S. has banned BPA in the lining of food cans.


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