Researchers found out chlorinated BPA (ClxBPA) in breast milk
A team of researchers of the University of Poitiers, in France, put under observation the breast milk of 21 female volunteers, as well as their habits in dealing water. The milk that new mothers produce do not only contain Bisphenol A (BPA), but also chlorinated BPA compounds. Chlorinated BPA (ClxBPA) is more “estrogenic” and more lipophilic (fat loving) than BPA: it is also highly present in adipose tissues. Therefore, it results to be more harmful and persistent than BPA. The French scientists clearly say that it has to be taken seriously into consideration the pollution coming from the water we drink or the aquatic places we frequent. They also add that BPA and all his components should be eliminated in food packaging.