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Breastfeed your baby. This one step will help you avoid chemicals in bottles. If you bottle-feed your baby, avoid plastic bottles and choose bottles made of glass or stainless steel. If you prefer plastic bottles, the AAP recommends bottles labeled "BPA-free" or plastic bottles made of polypropylene or polyethylene. My husband and I used Klean Kanteen bottles for years, and they also make stainless steel baby bottles and reusable bottles for older kids. We have the stainless steel bottles that are dishwasher safe and our older kids use them for sports and camping. Safer Baby Bottles. Born Free makes glass bottles, which are safe for babies. Born Free also makes plastic bottles that are free of BPA, phthalates, and PVC. A husband and wife team started Green to Grow after facing toxic concerns with their own new baby. The company makes bottles from a BPA-free resin called polyethersulfone (PES. BPA-Free Baby Bottles and Sippy Cups. With the Canadian government banning all baby bottles made with Bisphenol-A (BPA), and Wal-Mart pulling some BPA bottles off their shelves, you're probably confused about just how you're supposed to safely get drinks into your kid's belly. BPA, the controversial chemical in question. Sterilizing baby bottles is a necessary step beyond traditional cleaning to safeguard your child from germs. It aims at killing bacteria and other disease-carrying agents in the bottle through the use of chemicals and high temperature. There was a time when the need for sterilizing your babys bottle was far more pressing than it is today. While BPA-free plastic is the new standard for baby bottles and sippy cups, both by federal law and by self-regulation in the plastic industry, the basic hormone-like chemical effect that caused the concern about BPA in the first place may still be present in many plastic products. Never store breast milk or formula in plastic bottles. Pour it into the bottle just before your baby is ready to eat. Throw out anything that is left over. Don't use hot water or a harsh cleaner on polycarbonate bottles, because this also can cause the plastic to break down more quickly. 1. Use the Microwave. Make sure your microwave is clean. Fill your babys bottles halfway with water. Set them in the microwave. Place nipples, rings, and accessories in a glass bowl filled with water deep enough to cover them. Microwave on high for a minute and a half. 2. Choose Glass or Stainless Steel Baby Bottles. The safest baby bottle material is probably glass. Glass bottles wont leech anything into milk or formula. Whenever possible, choose glass for breast milk storage, too. Any glass baby bottle is safe, but I particularly love the Lifefactory ones. Best Glass Baby Bottles. Another fancy feature The bottle is made from borosilicate glass, which makes it safe to transfer from refrigerator to bottle warmer right away, without the fear of glass shattering. Even cleaning is a breeze, because the Brezza includes just two parts, the bottle and the nipple.