BPA-Free Stainless Steel Feeding Bottles- Go Green With Dermatocare

BPA-Free Stainless Steel Feeding Bottles- Go Green With Dermatocare


Do you have a baby in your family and friends that uses feeding bottles for milk? Please read this information carefully and share the key points with them. We all know BPA feeding bottles are not safe for babies, but even BPA free bottle does not necessarily mean free of chemicals that are used to made plastic. One such gap in the safety of BPA-free plastic bottles is the use of BPS, a chemical similar to BPA. So, by all means NEVER use of plastic feeding bottles for your kids, when safer steel feeding bottles are available.

Still not convinced about throwing away plastic feeding bottles? Read this article,  Bisphenol A (BPA/Bpa)- Source, Side Effect And Avoidance Measures  Also, following studies prove that BPA exposure during pregnancy and early childhood can cause behavioural issues in kids including ADHD:

  • In a study high urinary concentration of BPA is associated with higher incidence of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • Another review of 11 articles also concluded that BPA exposure in childhood was associated with higher levels of anxiety, depression, hyperactivity, inattention, and conduct problems. 
  • In another study, following observations were made: at 4 years, BPA exposure was associated with an increased risk of ADHD-hyperactivity symptoms (and this association was stronger in boys than in girls. At 7 years, these associations were not statistically significant nor were any other behavioural problems.
  • This study adds to the existing literature showing associations of early life BPA exposure with behaviour problems, including anxiety, depression, and hyperactivity in children
  • This study shows BPA exposure during pregnancy, but not childhood was associated with worse behaviour at 3 years of age, especially among girls. Domains related to behavioural and emotional regulation were most affected by gestational BPA exposure. This quote might be scary but true "A poison kills you," says biology professor Frederick vom Saal. "A chemical like BPA reprograms your cells and ends up causing a disease in your grandchild that kills him."

Now, once we are convinced BPA is BAD. Let us now consider why BPA free plastic is NOT safe. Just because it is after all plastic made of certain other chemicals, that might have studies coming up in next few years. Here is another reference as why plastic should be avoided altogether: "In laboratory tests, 95 percent of hundreds of ordinary plastic products put through "real world" conditions, such as through a microwave or dishwasher, tested positive for leaching estrogenic chemicals. Since companies are under no obligation to tell consumers what chemicals are used in the manufacture of their product, many health experts say the best thing to do is avoid contact with household plastics altogether."

The safest option is inert glass or steel. Glass is dangerous for small babies. So, stainless steel feeding bottles are the best choice for the following reasons:

  • Free of any harmful chemicals.
  • Easier to clean.
  • No after smell.
  • Long shelf life.
  • Most bottles have attachments to convert them to Sippy bottles once the kid is ready.
  • Almost similar cost.


Here is the full list of BPA free kitchen supplies that you must use for healthy family:


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