A: Unfortunately there really isn't any way to know which products have BPA in them. Eating fresh produce and avoiding canned goods is one way to reduce BPA exposure, as well as not handling receipts. Purchasing makeup and personal care and home care products with fewer ingredients and ingredients that are easier to pronounce will have less additives and potentially harmful chemicals. Reduce your exposure to endocrine disruptors by avoiding products that have phenols, benzophenones, parabens, phthalates, and fragrance. (Fragrance sounds so benign but it often contains phthalates!) Healthier products are often sold at health food stores or food co-ops, or in the health food section of larger grocery stores.