Safest Breastfeeding Baby Bottle - mimijumi

Safe baby bottle

There are many decisions you have to make when it comes to choosing products for your baby. One of the most difficult is selecting a safe product with which to feed your baby. Whether you are breastfeeding, bottle feeding or a combination of both bottle and breast feeding, it is likely that you will need to purchase baby bottles at some point.  With so many options out on the market, making sure you're choosing a safe baby bottle can be overwhelming.

Safety is one of the most important factors to take into consideration when purchasing a new baby bottle. Traditional baby bottles on the market today may be made from plastics containing toxic chemicals that are extremely dangerous to any child’s development. Endocrine disrupting chemicals such as BPA and BPS can cause cancer and are known to harm the development of the brain and other major organs. By choosing a safe baby bottle, parents can ensure their child is avoiding exposure to Estrogenic Activity (EA) chemicals that could potentially harm the health and safety of your baby.

EA refers to chemicals proven to disrupt hormones and endocrine levels in the body. Two of the most commonly known EA chemicals are BPA and BPS, which should both be avoided at all costs when choosing a safe baby bottle. Unfortunately, baby bottles that claim to be BPA and BPS free are not necessarily safe baby bottles due to the hundreds of other known but not well-publicized EA chemicals and contaminants. When plastic bottles are exposed to heat or direct sunlight, EA chemicals release or leach dangerous toxins that can be very harmful to your baby’s health. These endocrine disruptors mimic hormones and are linked to breast cancer, intestinal inflammation, and obesity. In addition, they can harm reproduction and brain development. These findings by scientists and doctors show just how important it is to choose a safe baby bottle for your baby.

Plastic bottles that do not contain BPA or BPS may still contain hormone disrupting chemicals. Scientists are now discovering that BPA is not the only chemical one should avoid when looking to purchase a safe baby bottle. There are approximately 564 EA chemicals currently banned in the European Union. The United States currently only regulates four of the five hundred sixty EA chemicals the European Union finds to be dangerous.

A safe baby bottle should be manufactured from food or medical grade materials. Silicone is a much safer option than rubber or latex nipples. Latex and rubber are prone to leaching nitrosamines linked to cancer-causing chemicals.

Made with medical and food grade nylon and silicone, mimijumi is one of the few bottles on the market that is not only BPA and BPS free, but also EA free. mimijumi’s manufacturing plant is located in Austria and abides by the European laws of manufacturing and every mimijumi bottle is made without any of the European Union-identified 564 EA chemicals. These safe baby bottles are the perfect solution to finding a bottle that exceeds all safety standards. Purchase your BPA-free and chemically-safe mimijumi bottle today and remember that you are always covered by mimijumi's 100% money-back guarantee.