Bisphenol A may reduce vitamin D levels

Bisphenol A is a sex hormone disrupting agent.  It is used to line tin cans, to make ink for paper receipts, plastic water bottles, CDs and DVDs, and other uses. Hormone disrupting bisphenol A is associated with lower vitamin D levels. [Journal Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 2016]

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