BPA mainly increases the transparency of plastic water bottles and plastic cups, so don't over-pursue transparency when choosing plastic water bottles. BPA belongs to phenolic compounds and widely exists in many transparent plastic products, especially in milk bottles, plastic cups, plastic water bottle and beverage bottles. BPA can interfere with human hormone secretion and blur gender characteristics. Women who overtake BPA are at risk of infertility or fetal lesions. In particular, some manufacturers replace food-grade BPA with industrial-grade BPA, which is more harmful to human health.
The main function of bisphenol A is to increase the transparency of plastic water bottles and make them lighter and fall-proof. Therefore, consumers are advised not to excessively pursue transparency when choosing plastic water bottles and plastic cups. But opaque plastic water bottles or beverage bottles do not mean that BPA is not contained, so it is recommended to choose glass water bottles, plastic water bottles are best used once, do not reuse or fill hot drinks, otherwise BPA precipitation will be greater.