Born Free BPA Free Baby Bottles

Products Nannies Love We have been discussing the dangers of ingesting Bisphenol-A (BPA), a common chemical found in baby bottles and many food containers. To see our comments about the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) statements encouraging Americans to avoid BPA click here. Breastfeeding is one way to reduce potential BPA exposure. The American […]

Wee Go Nurser by Babylife

Products Nannies Love We have been discussing recent reports by the FDA suggesting that the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in the plastics used to make many types of baby bottles could cause behavioral changes in babies, contribute to early onset of puberty in girls, and even to cancer. To see our list of 12 BPA-free […]

Admiring Natural Nurser Avent Via Baby Bottle

Products Nannies Love Yesterday we posted 12 BPA-free baby bottles. Today we will start reviewing the first two BPA-free bottles from that list. We would like to know what nannies and au pairs like and dislike about the baby bottles. Please comment below to share your experiences using the following bottle. Adiri Natural Nurser (Out […]

12 BPA-FREE BABY BOTTLES

Which Baby Bottles are Safe for Nannies and Au Pairs to Use With Infants?  On January 15, 2010 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that bisphenol-A (BPA) does affect human development and they are working to take the chemical out of infant formula cans and baby bottles. Meanwhile, Canada has banned all plastics […]

Reducing BPA Exposure to Children for Nannies and Au Pairs

Friday we asked if nannies should throw out plastics containing BPA. Yesterday we recommended two books by Alan Greene, an advocate for reducing exposure to BPA. Today we post an article by the author about reducing BPA exposure. Reducing BPA Exposure: The FDA Finally Concerned By Alan Greene What should parents [and caregivers] do now? […]

Book Reviews for Nannies and Au Pairs Concerned About BPA

 Weekly Trip to the Library: Feeding Baby Green and Raising Baby Green Yesterday we asked nannies and au pairs if they have thrown out baby bottles that are not BPA free. To continue the discussion of reducing children’s exposure to BPA we recommend two books by Dr. Alan Greene, a leading voice of the green […]

Should Nannies and Au Pairs Throw Out Plastic Baby Bottles?

FDA Issues Warning About BPA Exposure It is all over the media that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that Americans should avoid plastics with the chemical bisphenol A (BPA). The Canadian government is banning all baby bottles made with BPA. Wal-Mart and other stores are starting to pull BPA bottles off their shelves. […]