You'll always be consuming some, since Every place on earth has unsafe levels of plastic in the rainwater.
But you can reduce your consumption, and you should, because at least according to one of the authors of the above-linked paper, this is a "dose makes the poison" situation.
Specifically, in this podcast interview at 56:06, Martin Scheringer lists high-exposure products:
- New cars - apparently that "new car smell" is endocrine-disrupting chemicals
- New electronics - especially if you hold them to your face (see Put your phone away)
These are good reasons to Buy stuff used.
A couple more risky products:
- Carpet - at least some newer, stain-resistant ones
- Processed and packaged food - which is really hard to avoid! But a good reason to Grow your own food