How many times has happened to you, especially in summer time, to “die” of thirst for water,, while driving the car, then you look, and there’s a bottle of water between the seats.
Many immediately drink a few sips of water because the water does not have a shelf life. But right here is the biggest mistake!
Water, which has been in the car for several days and has been exposed to the sun, completely changes its chemical composition!
Namely, if the outside temperature is about 30 degrees, inside the car will be 45.
If the car stays for several hours exposed to the sun’s rays, the temperature can also rise to 70 degrees. Can you imagine what happens to water in a plastic bottle?
Here’s what happens:
Research has been carried out on this topic, whereby plastic bottles at such temperatures emit “Bisphenol A”, which mimics the release of estrogen and contributes to the imbalance of hormones.
This element is also associated with diabetes, as well as with the increase of body weight.
Moreover, the hot plastic drains “antimony”, a dangerous element for human health.
Therefore, plastic bottles, even if they are not open, always keep in a cool and dark place to avoid all these risks to your health!