Originally published October 19 2011
BPA may cause severe retardation in future generations
by Kim Evans
(NaturalNews) Researchers in Barcelona recently took a look at the effects of Bisphenol A (BPA) - a substance that's commonly used in plastics and is also unfortunately found in the blood of most humans on the planet - on ovaries. In doing so, they found the BPA dramatically alters the development of ovarian cells, which probably lowers the fertility of the next generation while also increasing the chance of Down Syndrome in future generations.
It's a bummer to think that our plastic use today might mean our grandchildren won't be able to have children, or that their children may be mentally disabled. But that's what this research is telling us.
The researchers also found that BPA in concentrations permitted by US and European health authorities is harmful to fetuses, once again showing us that government toxicity levels allow us to be harmed. They found that BPA reduces the number of cells, which develop into ova, and therefore negatively affects a woman's fertility and doubles the risk of chromosome damage during the cell division process.
"According to our results, BPA does not directly affect the fertility of pregnant women, but that of their daughters and granddaughters. It is a multigenerational effect," explains Barcelona professor Montserrat Garcia Caldes and the director of research.
They also found damage to chromosome 21 in a number of the cells which tells us that exposure to BPA may cause Down Syndrome in future offspring of the fetus. The cells were cultured in vitro for 7, 14, and 21 days, and the truth is that even twenty one days is an extremely short testing period because most women (and men) have this substance surging in their veins constantly. And obviously, if they were to have extended the testing period to even a year, more damage would have been found.
According to research by the Environmental Working Group, 9 out of 10 infants tested had BPA in their blood at birth.
A lot of people these days look to genes as determining factors in disease, but they don't tend to look at all the things we do to damage our genes - and exposure to BPA in plastics is one of them. But fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to protect yourself.
Even simple changes like avoiding plastic bottles, plastic food containers, and foods wrapped in plastic can lower your exposure significantly, as that's how most of it enters your mouth. It's also regularly in canned foods, so avoid those too. Choosing paper over plastic, or better yet, bringing your own cloth bags also reduces your exposure. We're also not immune to the BPA in computers and other plastics, and especially children's toys which often end up in mouths, so it's another reason to just keep plastic consumption as minimal as possible. Then, there's the understanding that all we purchase ends up in the environment and then in our water; it's also just a good idea to become a wise consumer and purchase as little plastic as possible, no matter what it is.
Foods like beets and cabbage also contain glutathione that breaks down and removes plastics in our bodies, so it's a good idea to consume them regularly. Better yet, juice them so that you can consume more. Of course, detoxification is also a fundamental step to remove other masses of harmful substances and years worth of toxic exposure. The plus side is that we can then avert the damage it would otherwise cause inside us.
About the authorKim Evans is a natural health writer and author of Cleaning Up! The Ultimate Body Cleanse. Cleaning Up! offers deep cleansing and using methods in this book, people have gotten rid of dozens of different types of health problems, as well as just losing excess weight, thinking more clearly, and feeling better.
Kim's next book chronicles events in her life that happen to match patterns in the Bible. She's also found three places in the Bible that tell us its about these patterns and even asking you to match them.
Here's a little from the upcoming book...
In Isaiah 22:20, it says, "And it must occur in that day that I will call my servant, namely Eliakim." But, because these prophecies are cryptic and they aren't meant to be understood until they are understood, it's only the last three letters.
A few lines later, it says, "From the land of Kittim it has been revealed to them."
Here, you just take out any three middle letters, and again, it's the name of the person bringing you this message, or the sacred secret of the prophecy. Actually, if you take those two passages, Kim is about the only name you can get from both of them.
In Numbers 1:1 – 1:18, it's talking about "the family" and mentions Pagiel. It also twice mentions February 1st, (Kim's birthday) and then says that the youngest is 20 years old. Kim's little sister Paige is currently 20 years old.
In Chronicles 1 11:20 it mentions the brother of Joab and then in the same sentence uses the word brandishing. Kim's middle name is Jo and her older sister's name is Brandi. There are other patterns to her sisters too but these sort of mention them by name.
Of course, it helps if you know that there is a magical spiritual reality available that comes deep cleansing and often major dietary upgrades. It's also why Jesus was teaching the same thing, if you find his teachings in the Essene Gospel of Peace. In this text, he even says things like, "You'll never see the father unless you clean your colon." But, this is paraphrased...
In the Bible Jesus says things more like, happy are those who wash their robes, as they can enter the tree of life. The tree of life is elsewhere explained as God's paradise. He also said, first clean the inside of the cup and then the outside will also be clean.
Kim's book Cleaning Up! is here http://www.cleaningupcleanse.com. You can also preorder The Sacred Prophecies Have Been Fulfilled
here. It shouldn't be long.
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