BPA, Among Other Harmful Things Does Cross The Placenta And Affect Your Developing Baby.

What you come into contact with while pregnant does in fact affect your developing baby. Recent discoveries prove this fact...
What you come into contact with while pregnant does in fact affect your developing baby. Recent discoveries prove this fact even further as two new studies show that BPA crosses the placenta from pregnant mother to fetus and can cause harm to your developing baby.

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The importance of placenta crossing is nothing new new though. Half a decade ago we heard that stress hormones can cross the placenta and affect our babies. Lead has long been thought to affect babies in the womb and as we've been deeply discussing lately, alcohol can 100% cross the placenta and harm your baby. Even those everyday cleaning products you use may cross the placenta and harm your baby. What to do: Don't panic - think about this, if all this big bad stuff crosses the placenta so does all the good stuff. Eat healthy and those healthy foods reach your baby. Take folic acid and other healthy vitamins and those benefits cross over as well. Avoid the following...

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