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Eating at home reduces your exposure to toxic ‘forever chemicals’

We know that homemade meals are usually more nutritious than the fries-burger-soda combo from your nearest fast food outlet. But that’s not the only reason cooking your own food is the healthier bet: Research suggests those quickly-delivered burgers could contain toxic PFAS chemicals. A new study by Silent Spring Institute found that eating out corresponded with higher bodily levels of PFAS. Read more…