Studies also have detected BPA in breast milk, and there are some indications that the level can be higher than in infant formula.
Even if this is the case, "the benefits of breast milk likely far outweigh the concerns of BPA," Galvez said.
Another tip to reduce BPA exposure is to wash your hands well after handling store receipts because they contain high levels of BPA, Sathyanarayana said.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has more about BPA.
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