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Home-Cooked Meals Linked to Lower PFAS in the Body

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People who tended to eat more fresh food and food prepared at home had slightly, but measurably lower levels of five “long-chain” PFAS chemicals in their blood compared to those who ate more of their meals at fast food and other types of restaurants.

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