According to FOX Business, A chemical used in consumer products ranging from baby bottles to food-can linings to compact discs is widely found in humans and may affect childhood development and reproduction, according to a new draft report from the government.
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I bring all this up because we love the Evenflo Elan Vented Nurser which is among those polycarbonate plastic bottles that are chuck full of BPA. I guess we’ll be looking for different bottles when Corbin outgrows these ones. Time for more research. Any tips?
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I used Playtex bottles when traveling. The disposable liners meant less to no air, and clean up was simple.
I also had a set of Avent bottles for my ISIS pump, then poured them into the Playtex bottles.