productpure EA-Free and BPA-Free Baby Bottle 9 oz

$19.95 (as of September 20, 2017, 2:13 am)

Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are chemicals that mimic (or block) the action of hormones. By far the most common form of hormonal activity in EDCs is estrogenic activity (EA).
BPA has EA. Removing BPA does not make a product EA-free because thousands of other chemicals could have EA. “Plastic-free” products can also have EA in silicone, colorants, & other components.
Published scientific articles show that many BPA-free products still have EA. That is why we believe BPA-free is not safe enough.

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First-of-its kind baby bottle certified PlastiPure-Safe EA-free (no BPA, phthalates, or thousands of other estrogenic chemicals). This product includes a medium flow-rate nipple, collar, cap, and 9 oz. bottle.

productpure was created to deliver products that meet a much more comprehensive safety standard than BPA-free. Many peer-reviewed studies report significant health problems can occur when synthetic chemicals having estrogenic activity (EA) are ingested that mimic or block actions of estrogens in the body. Fetal, infant, & juvenile mammals, including humans, can be especially sensitive to very low dosages.

Thousands of chemicals other than BPA are suspected to have EA, some at levels higher than BPA. Published peer-reviewed scientific studies report estrogenic chemicals can leach from BPA-free products, especially after simulated stresses of sunlight, dishwashing, & microwaving. productpure products are certified as PlastiPure-SafeTM EA-Free.

productpure is impartial when it comes to materials as long as they are EA-free. productpure is not “anti” or “pro” plastic. We believe that most materials have the potential to be “good” or “bad” depending how they are formulated, enhanced, molded, stored, & used. Simply avoiding plastics to eliminate EA exposure does not work. Colorants, additives, inks, processing aids, silicones, latex, and many other materials can still have EA. In addition, a metal or glass bottle rarely comprises a complete product.

For example, glass may be used with an estrogenic silicone nipple, plastic anti-colic device, and rubber valve. Companies advertising their product is “safe” because they use no plastics often use silicones which our recent data indicates are more likely to release estrogenic chemicals than most plastics. All these materials can be made EA-free but must follow strict processes and final testing to be certified EA-free.

Be sure. Pick productpure.
Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are chemicals that mimic (or block) the action of hormones. By far the most common form of hormonal activity in EDCs is estrogenic activity (EA).
BPA has EA. Removing BPA does not make a product EA-free because thousands of other chemicals could have EA. “Plastic-free” products can also have EA in silicone, colorants, & other components.
Published scientific articles show that many BPA-free products still have EA. That is why we believe BPA-free is not safe enough.
All productpure products meet the comprehensive standard of PlastiPure-Safe EA-free, meaning they are free of chemicals with EA including BPA, phthalates, parabens & thousands more.
This EA-free bottle has a large breast-shaped nipple for natural feeding, built-in anti-colic, cap, collar, & bottle. Additional nipples of different flowrates listed in other productpure listings.


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Baby Product

Brand

productpure

EAN

0855087006007

EANList

0855087006007

ItemDimensions

700, hundredths-inches, 350, hundredths-inches, 25, hundredths-pounds, 350, hundredths-inches

Label

productpure

Manufacturer

productpure

ManufacturerMaximumAge

24, months

ManufacturerMinimumAge

0, months

PackageQuantity

1

ProductGroup

Baby Product

Publisher

productpure

Studio

productpure

UPC

855087006007

UPCList

855087006007