On average, the study found, people who'd dined out -- at any type of restaurant or cafeteria -- had a phthalate intake that was 35 percent higher than people who'd eaten only home-prepared meals.https://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20180329/unhealthy-phthalates-found-in-restaurant-food#1
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Another reason to cook at home
Eating out can be expensive and portion sizes encourage over-eating. In addition, according to a recent study, people who eat out—regardless of where— may be ingesting some nasty chemicals, hormone-mimicking phthalates.