Becoming a healthier person doesn’t only start with going to a gym three times a week. There are certain everyday items that make our life more toxic and they can cause health problems in the future. You would be surprised to know how many things in your kitchen can affect your health, and we are not talking about the additives in that mayonnaise you just cannot refuse. We are talking about things you use to keep your home artificially fresh, plastic holders you use for your food and of course, all those things you use to make your home clean, but instead, you are putting your wellbeing in jeopardy. So make your recycle bin ready to toss away all these things in order to become a healthier person.
1. First thing on the list: go to the part of your kitchen where you keep your food-storage containers and get rid of all those clear, rigid plastic stuff, often stamped with 7 or “pc”, which stands for polycarbonate. Many manufacturers have taken bisphenol A (BPA) out of the newer plastic container, but some of them still have it. You should also know that washing these containers can cause leeching of the chemicals, and that is something you don’t want.