- Results of Proof-of-concept study indicate that hsCRP may be valid indicator of Bisphenol A contamination, but finds that ubiquitous co-confounding factors may invalidate most dietary interventions
- Significant changes necessary in order for dietary intervention studies to be causal and replicable
Supplementary/ reference articles
- How food processing adds plastic-derived chemical contamination
- How does the food chain get contaminated with plastic-derived chemicals?
- Micro- and Nanoplastics: Health Implications
- Sourcing the Menu: Avoiding Microplastics, biosolids and nano particles
- Recent dietary interventions relevant to Plastic-Derived Chemicals
- Reducing Non-Food Exposures in dietary intervention
- Basic scientific lab standards — Best practices for a replicable dietary intervention
- Accounting for unknown interactions of co-confounding factors prohibit valid causality conclusions
- Dosing of a single compound to establish causality in dietary interventions & enable clinically valid health decisions.