Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Common chemicals linked to early puberty

I have been telling people this for many years.... about all the toxins.... explaining how todays little girls start their periods earlier... and it isn't only the toxins that are described in WC Douglass' report below, but also from the bovine growth hormone in milk that we feed our kids!! We think it is healthy for them (vs. soda -- well, it might be better than all the sugars, but creates a whole new array of trouble for their small bodies). If you HAVE to ingest all this crap, then at least detox your body consistently... detoxifying foot pads, far infrared sauna, or whatever method you prefer.

Common chemicals linked to early puberty
by WC Douglass, MD

Little girls are quickly turning into women... and not just because time flies. They're getting a secret hormone boost that's leading to early puberty and a lifetime of trouble.

And unless you've been growing your own food and drinking out of coconut shells, your family is almost certainly at risk.

The latest study found that young girls around the country have alarming levels of three frightening hormone-like substances that I've been warning you about: phenols, phthalates and phytoestrogens.

When researchers from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine studied urine samples from 1,151 girls between 6 and 8 years old from New York City, Cincinnati and northern California, they found high levels of all three of those "p's" in the pee.

I'll throw in one more "p" -- poison, because these awful chemicals will harm you and your family, especially your children and grandchildren.

It's not hard to figure out why kids are absorbing so much of this junk... because the troubling trio is everywhere. Phthalates are in plastics -- even toys -- as well as cosmetics. Phytoestrogen is the key hormone-like substance that makes soy so dangerous. And the most common phenol, BPA, is in just about everything -- including plastic bottles and can linings.

This new study in Environmental Health Perspectives is on girls, but the damage isn't limited to them. These are equal-opportunity hormones, and they're making boys more feminine as well.

Turns out the phthalates are even helping boys to grow their own breasts -- to the point where some of them practically need bras themselves. (Read, "Why some boys have breasts.")

I've also told you plenty about BPA -- it's been linked to heart disease, cancer, obesity, asthma and all manner of sexual dysfunction in males and females alike. Soy is quite simply the world's most dangerous substance disguised as food.

There's no room for debate on this, and no time to wait for the feds to act. Avoid soy, plastics and cans as much as you possibly can.

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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Why I LOVE detox foot pads (foot detoxifying pads) as the best way to detox your body

I really am excited about my detox foot pads. Yeah, I know, I have been selling them for over 5 years now. But yet I am still very excited about this method of detox. I will tell you why. But first -- I always remind people that detox foot pads CAN be a scam if you do not make sure your foot patches are 100% pure ingredients and free of fillers. Fillers (dextrin, Vegetable fiber) are basically cornstarch. They have no beneficial reason to be in the foot pad, other than because it is dirt cheap and they can make more money off you. (in the long run they lose customers -- because you won't be a repeat customer). More than 75% of my customers are repeat customers. The percentage is increasing, too!

So here are the reasons why my foot detox pads are great:

1. This is an extremely easy way to detoxify your body. It is not harsh on your body at all. You can't detox your body too quickly with this method. With other methods you can get sick quickly, if you detox too fast (it is called the detox reaction, and the #1 reason why people do not finish detoxing.)
2. The detox foot pads get out many heavy metals, plastics, chemicals and other toxins.
3. The BEST reason why my detox foot pads just totally rock, are because they are a unique way of detoxing. Many other detox products require you to commit to it for a month at a time, or 3 months, or 6 weeks... and if you stop, the benefits are gone... you have to complete their whole plan or you lose any benefits that you have gained. With my detox foot pads, you get to set your own schedule. If you want a quicker detox, you can use 3 per foot per night. This may only take a month or so to get your body fully detoxed. If you decide to use the foot pads only on the weekends (like me), then it may take you a full year of wearing only one on each foot. These two examples both use about 200 foot pads, but are very different in the process. Even if you faithfully use the detox pads for a full month, then stop using them for 6 months, the benefits you got from the first month are still there. Those toxins didn't come back into your body! Even one night is beneficial.

I have included a chart to show you the toxins that showed up in my foot pads about 3 years ago. The N represents negative (that specific toxin was not in the foot pads) and the P represents positive.

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Saturday, April 17, 2010

News Flash! The HFCS Monopoly is Finally Cracking…

News Flash! The HFCS Monopoly is Finally Cracking…

Posted by Dr. Mercola | April 17 2010 | 10,839 views

high fructose corn syrup, HFCS, sugar, fructose, pepsi, kraft"The back-to-back, double whammy announcements that PepsiCo is ditching high fructose corn syrup in Gatorade along with the results of a scathing new study from researchers at Princeton make it official -- allies of the controversial sweetener have lost the war," BNET writes.
For years, the Corn Refiners Association has been arguing that HFCS is a perfectly natural product that is equal to other forms of sugar.
Of course, the Corn Refiners Association is not going to go down easily. Currently, they appear to be pretending the problem simply doesn’t exist.
On their Web site, “”, they are still trumpeting an episode of the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric that ran a report basically parroting the industry line -- “high fructose corn syrup is just sugar with an image problem.”
However, a Princeton research team has again demonstrated that all sweeteners are NOT equal when it comes to weight gain -- rats with access to high-fructose corn syrup gained significantly more weight than those with access to table sugar, even when their overall caloric intake was the same.
In addition to causing significant weight gain in lab animals, long-term consumption of high-fructose corn syrup also led to abnormal increases in body fat, especially in the abdomen, and a rise in circulating blood fats called triglycerides.
Making matters even worse, two other recent studies have also linked HFCS to liver disease. (A third found no connection.)
Intakes of sugar-sweetened beverages may increase levels of uric acid, a compound linked to decreased kidney function, and a cross-sectional analysis of data from almost 16,000 people found that the risk of chronic kidney disease increased by over 150 percent in those who more than one soda per day and had high levels of uric acid.
Researchers at the Duke University Medical Center stated: "We found that increased consumption of high fructose corn syrup was associated with scarring in the liver, or fibrosis, among patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)."
The researchers found only 19 percent of adults with NAFLD reported no intake of fructose-containing beverages, while 52 percent consumed between one and six servings a week and 29 percent consumed fructose-containing beverages on a daily basis.
An increase in consumption of fructose appeared to be correlated to increased liver fibrosis in patients with NAFLD. The researchers stated:
"We have identified an environmental risk factor that may contribute to the metabolic syndrome of insulin resistance and the complications of the metabolic syndrome, including liver injury."


  Journal of Hepatology June 2008; 48(6):993-9

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Genetically modified crops - chart by country

In 2009, the main genetically modified crops grown, by country:
Acres (millions) Crop type
United States 158.1 Soy, corn, cotton, canola
Brazil 52.8 Soy, corn, cotton
Argentina 52.6 Soy, corn, cotton
India 20.7 Cotton
Canada 20.2 Canola, corn, soy, sugar beet
China 9.1 Cotton, tomato, poplar
Paraguay 5.4 Soy
South Africa 5.1 Corn, soy, cotton
Source: International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications

Which modifications are the most common?
The most commonly used biotech trait, 62% worldwide, is herbicide resistance. These plants have been engineered to resist the herbicide glyphosate, often sold under the name Roundup. This allows farmers to plant their seed, let the weeds and crop grow up, and then spray glyphosate, killing only the weeds but not the crop. It has led to "no-till" crops where farmers don't have to plow, decreasing soil erosion, water loss and the release of carbon.
The second most commonly grown genetically modified crops, 16% worldwide, are various Bt varieties, which have had a gene from a naturally occurring soil bacteria called Bacillus thuringiensis added and produce a mild pesticide. The same protein these crops produce also is allowable in organic agriculture because it is considered natural and non-toxic.
Varieties that contain both traits make up 21% of genetically modified crops, according to the International Agency for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Hidden hazards of nano-ingredients

I have a couple things to say about this article by Dr. W.C. Douglass, MD. First, I am extremely afraid of nano-technology in our food... second, I don't even think that my detox foot pads can get these toxic, DNA-damaging "nano-particles" out of your body (no testing on this has been done, so I am not going to say that my detox foot patches CAN pull them out of your body when I am not sure. My foot pads can do amazing things... unfortunately I will not say they can help with this!)

Last of all, I am very excited that my garden is ready to plant. I am just waiting a few more weeks to plant the majority of my stuff, but I will be planting my lettuce and broccoli this weekend. I was told they are "cold weather" veggies and can withstand a frost or two... I thought I was told that beans can weather the frost, too, but I am not positive, so I will have to check. I LOVE green beans!! And, when our fruit starts producing, I will make homemade jam, I will can, I will make pies, oh, it will be fun!!! (and healthy). No more putting toxins in my body!!

Take care!

Hidden hazards of nano-ingredients

By W.C. Douglass, MD

I never thought I'd say this, but there's something in your food that's even worse than sugar... and this microscopic new threat isn't even listed on the ingredients label.

These tiny terrors are called "nanoparticles" or "nanomaterials," and they've been scientifically engineered to make foods look better and last longer.

But when it comes to nano, just say no-no -- because nanotechnology, as it's called, is wildly unregulated and dangerously untested. In fact, we have no idea at all what this junk might to do humans -- yet you're probably eating it right now.

Welcome to your new life as a supermarket lab rat.

What little we do know is downright frightening: A two-year study on animals at UCLA found nano-titanium dioxide -- the most common nanoparticle -- caused DNA and chromosome damage, according to AOL News.

The researchers say this kind of severe damage could lead to cancer, heart disease and brain disease... and yet these nano-particles are turning up in everything from fruit and vegetable coatings to salad dressing to ice cream.

We used to call that food tampering. Instead, the mad scientists behind this sick scheme are considered industry pioneers.

Meanwhile, the FDA is so in the dark on this one that they won't even admit it's in your food... even if its own experts say it is. In fact, the AOL News report found that 20 of the world's top food makers have their own nano-labs or contracts with universities to develop nano-ingredients for them.

And because there's no requirement to list these particles on nutritional labels, there's no way of knowing if your food has been nano-tainted... and therefore no way to avoid it.

It's reaching the point where the only way to be safe is to grow your own -- and if you have the time and space, don't wait -- spring is here. Start planting today.

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Monday, April 12, 2010

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new batch of detox foot pads has arrived!

I got my latest shipment of detox foot pads from my supplier overseas. While there is a big "taboo" about buying from overseas vs. made in the USA, unfortunately there are no factories that can make the detox foot pads here in the US. But... I make sure the factory is audited, and registered with the FDA. My company is also registered with the FDA. I do have to pay a tad more for that, but it is worth it to me for peace of mind. And, I think it gives my customers peace of mind to know they have a high quality detox foot pad that they are using.

I have to say I have not been wearing the detox foot pads lately -- for at least the past 6 months, I would wear them maybe occasionally on the weekends (once a month?). So I tried this new batch, I do like to make sure it works well... I can attest that it does work well. I do not like to wear them at night on the weeknights because I workout and shower at night before bed, and then get up so early in the morning that I do not have time to wash my feet in the tub... I need to start wearing them AT LEAST every weekend, and on those nights I workout in the sauna, because it pulls toxins out within 3 hours my foot pads are soaking with toxins (and sweat -- but that is another story)

I have found that the adhesives for these detox foot pads, you really don't want to walk around on them too much if you can avoid it, or they are harder to take off. Well, the detox foot pads are easy to take off still, but the adhesive residue is easier left on the feet.

I also got an upgrade to my new silver foil pouches. They look like chrome -- I love them. I choose not to use boxes because they are a waste of space, a waste of trees, and are not environmentally friendly. That is why I just use the pouches. (The boxes would not cost me any more -- it is not a matter of cost as much as it is a desire to help the environment and not cause unnecessary trash and garbage in our landfills.

Have a great day everyone!

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Friday, April 9, 2010

Men...could your drinking water be turning you into a woman?

Men...could your drinking water be turning you into a woman?

Dear Reader,

Remember that old Saturday Night Live bit where muscle-bound Germans Hanz and Franz accuse guys of being girly-men? Well a substance—banned almost 20 years ago—could be turning that bit of comedy into a frightening reality.

Atrazine was banned in German and Italy in 1991. The entire European Union put the cabash on the creepy-chemical in 2004. But as I write this to you today, it is the second most common weedkiller in the United States.

The chemical is being liberally sprayed on corn crops and our lawns. And that’s how it’s seeping into the groundwater and lingering in streams, rivers, lakes, and yes, ending up in your tap water.

Atrazine is what is known as an endocrine disrupter. It’s a synthetic chemical that your body perceives to be a natural estrogen or testosterone, for example. And here’s where it really starts to get scary. The disrupters, once locked into place, can deliver jumbled instructions to the body resulting in some horror movie results like deformed limbs and frightening sexual changes.

In one recent University of California-Berkley experiment, 10% of male frogs exposed to the same amount of atrazine the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) says is acceptable in our drinking water went through a gender-bending sex reversal. They literally developed female anatomy. Some of them even grew eggs in their testes and were able to reproduce!

The male frogs that didn’t switch sexes weren’t spared humiliation. They were essentially chemically castrated. Left with low testosterone and sperm levels they were unable to reproduce.

What really scares the bejesus out of me is that nobody knows what atrazine is doing to human beings.

It’s already been tied to low sperm counts in men. And new research has shown a possible link between human birth defects and low birth weights when there is atrazine exposure in the womb.

But the big unanswered question is what else might it be doing to us? No one can say for sure that it’s not leading us down that same girly-man path that the frogs took.

Europe saw the writing on the wall years ago and banned this dangerous chemical. It’s well past time for us to follow-suit.

Casting a wary eye on my drinking water,

Alice Wessendorf

Oh, I just love articles like these... just goes to show yet another reason my detox foot pads are becoming so popular! We want to get these horrible toxins out of our bodies. It is almost impossible to avoid them... but we can at least detox our body!!

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

The Beauty of Math - LOVE it!!

Beauty of Math!

1 x 8 + 1 = 9
12 x 8 + 2 = 98
123 x 8 + 3 = 987
1234 x 8 + 4 = 9876
12345 x 8 + 5 = 98765
123456 x 8 + 6 = 987654
1234567 x 8 + 7 = 9876543
12345678 x 8 + 8 = 98765432
123456789 x 8 + 9 = 987654321

1 x 9 + 2 = 11
12 x 9 + 3 = 111
123 x 9 + 4 = 1111
1234 x 9 + 5 = 11111
12345 x 9 + 6 = 111111
123456 x 9 + 7 = 1111111
1234567 x 9 + 8 = 11111111
12345678 x 9 + 9 = 111111111
123456789 x 9 + 10 = 1111111111

9 x 9 + 7 = 88
98 x 9 + 6 = 888
987 x 9 + 5 = 8888
9876 x 9 + 4 = 88888
98765 x 9 + 3 = 888888
987654 x 9 + 2 = 8888888
9876543 x 9 + 1 = 88888888
98765432 x 9 + 0 = 888888888

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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Food and drink containers are made with known carcinogens

I just want to say that my detox foot pads CAN help pull these toxins out of your system!! Why do we allow our bodies to go through so much havoc? We need to take care of ourselves, and sometimes that means we NEED to supplement, or detox... Unless we live a perfectly healthy lifestyle in a bubble, this won't affect us. But I am telling you, that is next to impossible. Try the detox foot patches. See if they make a difference in your health. They have a money back guarantee! This article is from Cancer Defeated newsletter...               -Rebecca

Food and drink containers are made with known carcinogens

It's nearly everywhere, in a huge number of products… and studies show that it's found in the urine of 95 percent of Americans.
It's called Bisphenol A, or BPA for short. It's widely used in the production of plastic food containers and as a protective liner in metal cans (your soda can, for example).
It became widely used in the 1950s when scientists first discovered its uses in the food and beverage industry. Never mind that twenty years earlier BPA was already understood to be toxic.1
Early warnings of toxicity were ignored or forgotten. BPA is now in the top two percent of high-production chemicals in the U.S., with annual production exceeding one billion pounds (1993 numbers — by now it's surely increased). In a moment I'll suggest easy ways to avoid it. First let me explain WHY to avoid it.

BPA's Far-Reaching Tentacles...

During the past twenty years, scientists have detected BPA in breast milk, serum, saliva, urine, amniotic fluid, and cord blood from at least 2,200 people in Europe, North America, and Asia.2
Center for Disease Control researchers found BPA in 95% of 400 U.S. adults it tested.3
It's so common in products and industrial waste that it pollutes not just people… but also rivers, estuaries, sediment, house dust and even air.
Environmental Working Group tested 97 food cans for BPA — name-brand fruit, veggies, and soda. They found that chicken soup, infant formula, and ravioli had the most frightening BPA levels. Just 1-3 servings at these concentrations could expose a woman or child to BPA at levels that caused serious adverse effects in animal studies.4
Since it's practically everywhere — and IN everyone -- wouldn't you agree it's important to understand what it might do to your health?
Is BPA an innocent chemical or a carcinogenic nightmare waiting for a place to happen? It all depends on whose studies you believe. Here's what I've been able to find. . .

What is BPA, Anyway?

BPA is a precursor chemical for polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins. It is not an additive, and there is no reason or purpose for it to be added to plastics.
As a polycarbonate, it's used in 'sports' bottles, dental sealants, cell phones, computers and other electronic equipment, eyeglasses, medical devices, CDs and DVDs, and more. It is also in infant-formula cans and many clear plastic baby bottles.
Epoxy resins are used as protective liners in metal cans ... as well as in printed circuit boards, composites, paints, adhesives, and other protective coatings.
BPA was developed in 1891 as a synthetic estrogen. That should set off your alarm bells right away, if you know much about carcinongens (substances that cause cancer).

BPA's Potential Link to Cancer

Numerous studies suggest BPA is linked to cancer, either directly or indirectly. Here's a quick sampling of published research. The CEHRER (Center for Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction) had 465 studies on record from 1993 and 2006, so I had lots to choose from...
  • BPA caused persistent changes to breast tissue. Breast cells became predisposed to cancer, hormonal changes.5 6
  • Prostate cells became more sensitive to hormones and cancer7 8
  • Exposure led to an error in cell division, causing cancer, among other issues.9
  • Low doses spurred formation and growth of fat cells, linked to obesity, which is a risk factor for cancer.10
In 1993 BPA's signature toxic property — its ability to mimic estrogen — was accidentally discovered in a failed lab experiment.11
The broad toxicity of BPA is thought to stem from the fact that it can alter the behavior of over 200 genes12 — which control the growth and repair of most every organ and tissue in your body.
As a whole, the toxic effects linked to BPA are strikingly similar to health problems found across the entire population — breast and prostate cancer, diabetes (see Issue #13 about diabetes' possible connection with cancer; you can check it out at, obesity, infertility and polycystic ovarian syndrome.

What Do the Leading Experts Believe about BPA?

In August 2007, 38 of the world's leading scientific experts on BPA published a consensus statement about its potential threat to our health.
In preparation, these experts spent six months studying more than 700 published studies on BPA. Then they spent days discussing and sorting the literature into three levels of scientific confidence:
  1. We are absolutely certain of…
  2. We believe the following to be likely, but require confirmation…
  3. Areas of uncertainty needing further research…
Among the findings they were absolutely certain about…
  • Average levels of BPA in people are above those that cause harm to lab animals in experiments. Levels causing adverse effects in animals are lower than what is already in people.
  • Humans may metabolize BPA faster than animals — meaning that daily human exposure is in effect even higher.
  • BPA causes organizational changes in the prostate, breast, testes, and mammary glands. In addition it affects the body size, brain structure and chemistry, and behavior of lab animals.
So, seems pretty clear it's dangerous... where's the controversy?

The FDA Strikes Again

It all depends on who you listen to...
The National Toxicology Program (NTP) — the scientific research arm of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) — reported in September 2008 'some concern' that BPA harms your brain and reproductive system.
Despite the fact that FDA is supposed to listen to the advice of the NTP, they came out with their own ruling before the NTP report...
Declaring that "at current levels of exposure" BPA is safe. The FDA's own science board questioned the finding, but the FDA still refused to change its position.
Absurd enough yet?
Fast Company (Feb. 1, 2009) decided to investigate this strange approach to "science".
They stated the BPA controversy may be more about a battle to protect a multi-billion-dollar industry from regulation than a scientific dispute.
BPA is worth over $6 billion per year to the five companies that produce it. These companies each referred Fast Company's questions about BPA safety to their trade association, American Chemistry Council (ACC).
ACC's response?
"No, there isn't anything to be concerned about. In a sense you could have 'some concern' about just about anything," says Steve Hentges, their spokesman on BPA.
So, let's get this straight...
Of the 100 independently funded experiments (per Fast Company's numbers), 90% found evidence of adverse health effects.
On the other hand, every single industry-funded study ever conducted — a total of 14 — found no ill effects.
Sounds strangely suspicious, wouldn't you agree?
Regulators paid attention only to industry-funded studies… largely thanks to a group of 'product defense consultants' — funded by the chemical industry — who sowed doubt about any BPA negative effects.
These 'product defense consultants' borrowed the playbook from the storm over tobacco and asbestos.
When it was time to make a decision, the FDA chose to ignore a wide array of studies from peer-reviewed journals, placing heavy emphasis on unpublished industry-funded studies instead.
It looks like industry insiders were 'in bed' with the FDA to stall regulation.
Not all commercial interests are falling for the FDA's and plastic industry's opinion, though.
  • Nalgene Outdoor Products announced that it would quit production of its polycarbonate containers that include BPA and bring out a BPA-free line.
  • Wal-Mart announced it would stop selling baby bottles with BPA, effective in 2009.
  • Canada moved to outlaw BPA from baby bottles.
Whichever way you weigh in on this still-raging controversy, for the sake of your health, I urge you to err on the side of caution and rid your life of BPA as much as possible.
Ditto for your children, especially during pregnancy and early childhood — a particularly high-risk time for BPA exposure.

How to Cut Your Risk of BPA Exposure

Since BPA won't likely be regulated any time soon, it's time to take matters into your own hands to protect yourself and your loved ones. Here are some easy ideas:
  • Use glass, ceramic containers, or stainless steel for storing food — no plastics.
  • Never heat plastics in the microwave, put them in the dishwasher, or pour hot food or liquid into them. Use glass, ceramics, or stainless steel for hot items.
  • Don't use #3 or #7 plastics for food or beverage. #1, #2, and #5 are considered safe. You'll find these numbers inside a triangle on the bottom of the plastic.
  • Avoid canned food as much as possible. Cook with fresh ingredients.
  • Use only glass baby bottles (and sports bottles), stainless steel, or one of the new plastics that are BPA-free.

Kindest regards,

Lee Euler

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2 U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction, , 2006.
3 Calafat, AM, Z Kuklenyik, JA Reidy, SP Caudill, J Ekong and LL Needham. 2005. Urinary Concentrations of Bisphenol A and 4-Nonylphenol in a Human Reference Population. Environmental Health Perspectives 113:391-395.
5 Monica Munoz-de-Toro, Caroline Markey, Perinaaz R. Wadia, Enrique H. Luque, Beverly S. Rubin, Carlos Sonnenschein, and Ana M. Soto, Endocrinology, doi:10.1210/en.2005-0340
6 Murray, TJ, MV. Maffini, AA Ucci, C Sonnenschein and AM. Soto. 2006. Induction of mammary gland ductal hyperplasias and carcinoma in situ following fetal bisphenol A exposure. Reproductive Toxicology 23: 383-390.
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10 Masumo H., Kidani, T., Sekiya K., Sakayama, K., Shiosaka, T., Yamamoto, H., and Honda K. (2002). Bisphenol A in combination with insulin can accelerate the conversion of 3T3L1 fibroblasts to adipocytes. J. Lipid Res. 43, 676-684.
11 Krishnan, A, P Stathis, S Permuth, L Tokes, and D Feldman. 1993 Bisphenol-A: An Estrogenic Substance is Released from Polycarbonate Flasks During Autoclaving. Endocrinology 132(8):2279-2286.
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