By PF Louis(NaturalNews) Bisphenol A (BPA) has been a chemical item of great health concerns for the past few years. It's common in many plastics, including plastic food and beverage containers, inner epoxy linings of cans used for canned foods, thermal paper, and paper money.BPA leaches into the liquids and foods in those containers. It also leaches into your blood through the skin while handling paper money and thermal paper, commonly used for printing receipts.Although the FDA refuses to consider BPA unsafe, other nations have. Several have banned BPA. The researched health hazards include links to cancer, especially breast cancer, and hormone imbalances causing physical/sexual manifestations that affect both genders of all ages.Even a CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2003-04 study found that 93 percent of over 2,500 Americans surveyed had measurable BPA in their blood. Unfortunately, BPA remains in the bloodstream for a long time unless the right nutritional antidotes are taken, which are discussed later in this article.That means expectant mothers can pass BPA on to their newborns while in the womb and afterward while breastfeeding. Also, beware of plastic baby bottles that aren't BPA free.