Why Mennonite Urine Is Four Times Lower in BPAs Than the Rest of Ours

Drive less, eat better, live simple and live longer: what we can learn from the Mennonite way of life.

We all carry in our bodies the legacy of our dependence on plastic products: 93 percent of U.S. urine samples contain bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical compound used in the production of plastics and resins. Most of this exposure comes from food packaging. You may also recall the shift away from the use of BPA by Nalgene, the water bottle maker.

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