I had an email discussion with a man in the UK who was hit with erectile dysfunction all of a sudden.

I asked him about sunlight exposure, diet, exercise, etc...

Then we started talking about chemicals and I mentioned the cash register receipt thing. He emailed right back and said he'd taken a cashiers position right about the time his ED started.

I suggested he start wearing gloves, or quit his job if that wasn't possible.

He went the glove route, then sent me this...

This is (name removed), the cashier with the bpa ptoblem, I have been using gloves at work and have already noticed an improvement in my ED after only 2 weeks, so I'm certain that was the problem....

A couple of different things put this stuff on my radar....

The first was a study out China where they found that factory workers who manufacture BPA are four times more likely to suffer ED.

And they're seven times more likely to have difficulty ejaculating.

Also, BPA has been linked to genital deformity in male and female infants. What makes this particularly scary is the fact that a recent study tested the urine samples of 80 preschoolers in two states.

And they found the chemical in all 80 of these kids urine.

Once I read these two facts, that was pretty much it for me and canned goods.

I'd rather be safe than sorry.