Wagi Bisphenol A and Phthalate-free Bowls and Lids Reviews
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**THIS BABYWARE LACKS SOME NASTY TOXINS**
**Walgreen's Wagi Bowls and Lids** are *Bisphenol A and Phthalate *FREE. I stumbled on them by accident as I do many of **Walgreen's **healthy treasures. Although teddy bears and stars parade around on their transparent sides, these "baby" dishes provide a healthier means of eating and storing food for all of us.
***TOXINS FOUND IN A LOT OF TOYS, PLASTIC-WARE & COSMETICS***
***Bisphenol A*** *is an excellent chemical to be rid of. It's a hormone-disrupter found in many polycarbonate baby bottles, water bottles, food containers, microwave cookingware and more. Studies link **Bisphenol A** with aggressive behavior in toddlers and with heart disease and diabetes. At low levels in test animals, it causes changes in both behavior **and brain structure.*
***SEE: www.bisphenolafree.org ****for information from media & health sources.*
***Phthalates**, known as "plasticizers," make plastics like PVC more flexible. They also function as solvents. (What a great thing to have in our dishware, shower curtains, detergents, hair spray and shampoo, toys and vinyl flooring!) ****Phthalates**, like **Bisphenol A**, disrupt hormones. ****Phthalates** cause reduced sperm counts and other reproductive abnormalities in test animals.*
If any one of us were tested for industrial pollutants in our bodies, it's very likely that ***Phthalates*** would be found there!
***SEE: www.ewg.org ****for further resources on **Phthalates***
***THE BOTTOM LINE ON *****WAGI BOWLS********
**Wagi Bowls and Lids** are among currently-available products *without* the toxins *Bisphenol A*** **and *Phthalates*. Each of the six **Wagi Bowls** in a pack holds eight ounces -- IF you cram the food or liquid to the very top. **Wagi Bowls** come in attractive, individual jewel colors. These **Bowls and Lids** are quite rigid (perhaps the lack of the *Phthalates*?), and they don't stack extremely well.
The **Wagi** name can be found on other babyware products. Find **Wagi** through **Walgreen's**. (If you look up "Wagi" by itself, you'll find a radio station.) Continue to look for disclaimers on plastic products and cosmetics you purchase. We should be seeing more and more *Bisphenol A* and/or *Phthalates*-FREE products in the future.