Chemical Found In Plastic Water Bottles, More Influential Than Temperature In Determining Sex [Gende
"We call them 'Canaries in the water'.... Almost all water sources tested today contain BPA."
Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical found in plastics. This includes, but is not limited to, water bottles & water jugs.
The reason Canada banned BPA in baby bottles in 2008 is because the science was leading to this conclusion: BPA AFFECTS SEXUALITY AND REPRODUCTION IN A NEGATIVE AND CATASTROPHIC WAY. Several other countries have followed our lead to ban BPA in recent years.
Now, studies have found that BPA has a more significant affect on the outcome of the gender in animals that have traditionally relied on the fluctiations in seasonal temperature to control the ratio of male:female to ensure healthy, viable populations of some of the planet's most ancient creatures.
For the record, not only are all of our filters BPA-Free - our Reverse Osmosis removes BPA from you drinking water to provide you and your family with safe drinking water. We even have the option of Stainless Steel reservoires for your water coolers, avoiding plastic altogether.
If you don't have a filter, you are a filter.