Lose Weight by Packing Lunch in These BPA-Free Containers: If you're headed back to school or are using the start of Fall as a way to get back on the healthy train after a Summer of burgers and ice cream, you'll need a way to pack all those perfectly-portioned lunches and snacks from home.
BPA is bad. We know that. So companies made BPA-free plastic containers to make us feel safer. But research shows that BPA-free plastic is just as bad, that it "may have nearly the exact impact on the human body — hormone disruption — as
Eco Lunchbox Eco Lunch Box Three-In-One Set-Why should lunchtime mean toxic plastics and mountains of waste? Try stainless steel, the back-to-basics approach to lunch! You won't consume harmful BPA, PVC, vinyl or lead, and the landfill won't consume