Bisphenol A -BPA -Spot Urine (Test Code 4106)

Bisphenol A-is found mostly in plastics labelled with the recycling codes 3 or 7. BPA is a key monomer used to produce polycarbonate plastic. This type of plastic is usually clear and shatter-proof. Other uses of BPA consist of epoxy resins, which are used to coat the inside of food and beverage cans.
Triclosan– is an anti-microbial and preservative agent used in personal care products such as toothpaste, shaving cream, and hand soaps.
4-Nonylphenol -Often used as a surfactant, 4-nonylphenol is found in industrial detergents, foaming agents, dispersants, and emulsifiers.



• 4-Nonylphenol
• Bisphenol A
• Triclosan

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The Bisphenol A Profile is a useful test in clinical practice used to help identify exposure to the common endocrine disruptors BPA, triclosan, and 4-nonylphenol. Endocrine disruptors weakly bind to estrogen receptors which can affect the endocrine, nervous, and immune systems as well as block thyroid hormone action. Exposure to chemicals that are xenoestrogens disrupt the proper function of the body´s endocrine system. Children and babies in the womb are most susceptible to hormonal and neurological development issues from exposure.

Common Conditions:

• Adult onset diabetes
• Allergies
• Asthma
• Autoimmune conditions
• Brain fog
• Chemical sensitivities
• Chronic bacterial, fungal and viral infections
• Chronic neurological illnesses
• Cognitive difficulties
• Development disorders
• Diabetes
• Early puberty
• Fatigue
• Fibromyalgia
• Hormonal imbalances
• Infertility




NutriPATH practices in the usual practitioner-referral system for pathology laboratories. Patients are highly recommended to seek the supervision and guidance of a qualified healthcare practitioner for the interpretation of any lab results and associated information. NutriPATH can offer assistance in locating a suitable practitioner.




Bisphenol A (BPA)