Many of the modern packaging is made of plastic boxes. It is beautiful and practical. However, if it is used as a food packaging, there are many things to be aware of. For example, heating will increase the risk of miscarriage of pregnant women.
The British "Daily Telegraph" reported that a new study announced at the annual meeting of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine in Boston warned that it is best to avoid canned food, microwave-heated food and bottled water after sun exposure because of certain chemistry. Substances can increase the risk of miscarriage by 80%.
In the new study, scientists at Stanford University in the United States studied the history of abortion and pregnancy in 114 pregnant women, and conducted a blood test for BPA (bisphenol A) and a comparative study of abortion. It was found that pregnant women with higher levels of bisphenol A in the blood had a 40% higher risk of miscarriage than normal pregnant women.
The new research leader, reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Ruth Raz said that the inner wall coating of food packaging coatings and canned foods contains bisphenol A, which is easy to enter the food, and the bisphenol A precipitates faster after heating. Once heated, plastic products are also more likely to release the toxic chemical bisphenol A. Early animal studies have confirmed that bisphenol A significantly reduces embryo survival. The new findings suggest that excessive exposure to bisphenol A in pregnant women can lead to an increased risk of miscarriage.
Special reminder for pregnant women: 1. Can avoid canned food; 2. Do not use plastic containers to heat food or high temperature food; 3. Do not directly contact shopping receipts (including bisphenol A in ink); 4. Once plastic bottled water has been exposed It is best not to drink.
If you are a family of rice, you can choose a special dish for microwave ovens, and there are some dishes that are not suitable for heating. Don't bring them. Health is eaten. The choice of side dishes is very important.